At 9.35 h. this morning the osprey was not even sitting on the tree in front of the Fuso Szulc.
There had been an ultra light hope that maybe miraculously some sign would come from Miguel del Barco.
The Jesuit priest who has build a church in San Javier, Baja California, Mexico 300 years ago.
He was asked to intervene in the course of the hurricane Norbert, category 2 now, approaching “Estero del Tomate”.
To push the heavy storm into another direction.
He was asked to communicate through the osprey to avoid for him to have to come down from heaven.
But no osprey this morning.
Meanwhile, the hurricane Norbert continues to come this way.
Hence, the conclusion must be that heaven doesn’t exist.
Or that up there they don’t bother about our problems.
And this might be true.
Aren’t we all on our own?
Look at the economic crises!
Of course a miracle might happen.
That magically the hurricane changes course, but the chances are becoming really slim.
According to the National Hurricane Centre it will turn east towards “Estero del Tomate” for sure.
The issue is now to focus on smart planning.
Obviously an evacuation has to take place.
The Fuso Szulc must get out of here.
In time, por favor.
Because the winds and its gusts of over a 185 km per hour (115 mph) might push the Fuso Szulc over.
And the heavy rainfall will wash away the dirt roads and tracks making it impossible to leave the area for weeks.
When to leave?
According to the National Hurricane Centre, the hurricane will hit land in the night of Friday upon Saturday.
So, how about leaving Friday morning?