Who: OPEN TO ALL When: Beginning Wednesday Where: Across the Island
While winters on the island were not exactly known for mild climates, this week was proving to be particularly difficult for Destruction. Large amounts of rain and fog, coupled with rapidly shifting temperatures left the majority of the island misted, flooded and otherwise intolerable. Visibiity was low, making it impossible for the usual freight of ferries to come back and forth. The tides were higher than usual, wreaking havoc on the coastline all around the island. And now snow and ice was predicted on top of the already miserable conditions. Most social and recreational activities were canceled and residents were encouraged to stay inside until the current storm system passed. Even most of the guard duties were reduced to the minimum numbers and shifts in hopes that everyone would just stay inside peacefully until things cleared up. Essential island operations continued on a skeleton shift, ensuring that necessary food and water and medical attention were still available to all residents.