Just sending thoughts and prayers to all of our fellow suffering under the adversity of natural disasters. Floods, winds and rain… fires… Here in Southeast Ohio we have been relatively fortunate. The recent tragic weather passed us by.


  1. Comment made on September 16, 2021 by JohnB

    My moms identical twin Joan lived in Woodstown for a number of years . I remember going to the rodeo there as a young boy and seeing some of the biggest baddest bulls I ever did see there at that rodeo. When I had a family of my own we made a few trips to the Woodstown Rodeo . My kids loved it. Sorry to hear that Woodstown was so hard hit by the storms . Another town Mullica Hill just down Rte 48 from Woodstown was very hard hit with a tornado ripping the place up pretty good . It may have been the biggest tornado to ever strike the Garden State. I am glad your family came through it alright. I saw Hot Tuna a bit further on down the road one cold winter night in the town of Pittman. Only heat in the place that night was that which the band was generating on stage; which was considerable.

  2. Comment made on September 8, 2021 by richard cowles

    Thank you all the best

  3. Comment made on September 5, 2021 by richard cowles

    Hello jorma summer coming to a close..hope you are doing well. Just a quick pry type question?? did you and jack ever share a bill with robin trower? much love

  4. Comment made on September 5, 2021 by Ed

    My NJ town was totally clobbered, and when the mayor put out a call for help hordes of teenagers turned out to clean it up.
    As grim as things are on this planet, the selflessness of those kids and their hard work suggested that there is in fact a bright side somewhere.

  5. Comment made on September 4, 2021 by john rubino

    @Mikie….I agree with you wholeheartedly but Im afraid its going to take a worldwide collective effort to keep this problem in check and those political differences across the globe unfortunately won’t allow that.to happen. It cant just be a quarter of the globe solution……though that would be a great start with America leading the way…..theres no more time to dawdle…..

  6. Comment made on September 4, 2021 by mikie

    My wife’s sister is in Woodstown, NJ. It was a long day watching the news before we got to hear from her.
    She’s safe but several towns nearby got hit badly.
    Thoughts and prayers are a good start but political action to spur a correction of our climate changing activities is now, more than ever, imperative. m

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