Somehow, the terrible floods in Britain have brought out the best in people

Guardian: As a borderline hermit who lives on top of a hill, I've managed to avoid the worst of this spectacularly cack weather. I haven't been forced to travel to and from my home in council-assigned boats like the people of Somerset. I haven't watched in impotent horror as water has crept up through my floorboards like the people of the Thames Valley. I still have electricity, unlike much of Wales. The worst thing to have happened to me is that the shortcut I take to the supermarket has got a bit slippy,......

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