Categories everyday life Typhoon Goni has passed through my town. Post author By o6asan Post date 2015-08-25 8 Comments on Typhoon Goni has passed through my town. 同一記事の日本語版 Typhoon Goni has passed through my town. It left terrible wind and rain results in my garden. But, totally no fatal problem though I have messy cleanup 😟. Your web browser looks not to support OBJECT tags. Please download the PDF file. ← WordPress4.3 has come. → Removing a broken display from a laptop PC. 8 replies on “Typhoon Goni has passed through my town.” It’s good to know that you’re ok. Hi Delonix! Thanks and are you well? After Goni, my town has drastically gotten cool and autumn-like 😉. Yes I’m doing ok. It’s really hot in here now, but I really don’t want a typhoon to come and change that. I’m glad to hear that. Your region sometimes has big tropical depressions, doesn’t it? I think ordinary typhoons are no problem because they are not too strong. A few typhoons bring severe damage to us. The region gets them. But they don’t reach my area very often, and when they do is mostly the “tail of the storm” (I’m not sure if that’s a very good translation). So, in most cases we just get heavy rain, and in the worst case, a lot of rain and wind during hurricane seasons. Damages might come because of land slides, and flodds, but I don’t think there’s ever been a strong enough wind to cause trouble. > but I don’t think there’s ever been a > strong enough wind to cause trouble. Oh, that’s good. > the “tail of the storm” You mean like this? Yes, something like that. Hi Delonix. Sorry for my late reply. > Yes, something like that. I wonder what we say “tail of the storm” in Japanese. I couldn’t find it though I tried. What do you say it in Spanish? By the way, yesterday, I noticed your new photos on Flickr. They are cute. I tried to find their names out, but I couldn’t, orz. They are unique species of your country? Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.