Pebbles, not Rocks

Since I already posted about a proper storm or rather the aftermath of one called Lothar this week I am just sharing a view from our window yesterday. Not a real storm but a five minute long hailstorm. Luckily it was short and the pebbles were only small. Nothing to either write home about or keep in the fridge. I remember when a radio show host in Bavaria asked people if they had kept one of the golfball sized hailstones that pelted Munich in 1984, i.e. from 10 years earlier. He had hoped for one or two and the radio station was swamped with people coming by carrying cooler bags. That was before everyone had smartphones, of course. Today, people would just share their pictures online.

The Ragtag Daily Prompt: Storm

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