We were fortunate that the storm was mild compared to the other areas.
My giant Japanese bamboo leaned over due to the weight of the ice, but it mostly sprang back once the rain washed the ice away. I say mostly as I found one still leaning across my jogging track tonight. I found it the hard way. Since it was just bamboo no one suffered in the encounter, but I swear I could hear my dog laughing at me.
But that was it - a bit of leaning bamboo, some slapstick humor, and not even a blip of interrupted power. I had mentioned that I like to make ice in my ice maker prior to a potential power loss, so I started that process yesterday. Rather than make ice all the machine did was leak all over the floor. Oh well, that's a problem to solve another day.
My bowl drying room is cleaning up nicely. I was attempting to plane down the rough sawn boards I had used as shelving and discovered that the feed rollers on my planer have stopped working. Once again, a machinery failure that I will deal with on another day. The bowls in the corner are the ones I kept to work on in the future. The rest were turned into Benjis. Those are easier to store and or move.