.....undergroundWhat is the best place to get safe during a tornado?
pffft......then ya got earthquakes....and hippies....whole 'nother ball-O-wax.....how do ya avoid those?...the hippies primarily....can't stand hippies.....all friendly, stoned and generous......damn hippies.....smell funny too.....California (but not Fairfield)
tornado....you can scream and run away from a tornado......try that with hippie and you might get hugged....ughWould u rather choose the tornado or the hippies?
yup...i was raised in texas.....limestone is a booger to dig....Here in South we have a major disadvantage of both having Tornados and have solid rock 1" below the dirt so no basements. Safest place is the middle of the home, no windows and in the bathtub if all are possible.
Lowest floor of your house, with as many walls between you and the outside as possible. Also being on the NE side of your house is said to be preferable, as most tornadoes track SW to NE.
I live in the south AND have a basement! Just red clay around my place, though limestone is the reason for all of the caves near my house.Here in South we have a major disadvantage of both having Tornados and have solid rock 1" below the dirt so no basements. Safest place is the middle of the home, no windows and in the bathtub if all are possible.
My basement. We have a reinforced room just for tornados (and severe weather preps). An added safety feature we installed after two towns within 30 miles of me were nearly wiped off the map in the last 10-15 years. After looking at the sidewalks, driveways and empty holes in the grounds (former basements) where a neighborhood USED to be, I decided that a regular basement room was just not going to do.
If the tub cast iron I'd agree with you. I'd it one of those new fangled fiberglass ones, good luckOldCootHillbilly said:Ifin ya Ifin it be the bathroom, the tub be the preffered place. .