When it comes to storms and bad weather, America has never been a weaker, more thin-blooded lot than we are now. If two snowflakes fall, school is called off, libraries close, and bank managers are ready to shut and lock the doors. However, sometimes real storms happen and when they do, they can move whole buildings!
Those who doubt this have not seen the latest article from Yahoo News. They confirm that a “fishing-industry building on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places is half-submerged in waters near a Canadian island.” Conservationists are worried that the structure, which “was blown to nearby Campobello Island in New Brunswick,” could “disintegrate” before the legal woes regarding the odd phenomenon are worked out.
It was a blizzard on January 4th that “tore the brine shed from its mooring at McCurdy’s Smokehouse off Lubec, Maine” and relocated it by sheer force to Campobello Island.
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