And it seems to get worse in Japan.
It´s never a good thing when there´s explosions in a nuclear power plant! We here in Europe knows that very well after the power plant in Tjernobyl exploded some years ago. A radioactive cloud spread all over Europe and especially bad over northern Sweden. People couldn´t eat berries, mushrooms or any meat from wildlife for several years there. I think the levels of radioactive stuff still is higher than usual there but not that high that it´s dangerous to eat anything from the nature.
The Japanese authorities says that there isn´t any danger of a nuclear melt down after the explosion in the power plant, but that´s what the Soviet authorities said in the beginning too. I do hope they are right! A nuclear power plant is a dangerous way to boil water, because that´s all it does, boiling water.
But everything is calm and quiet as usual in the little village at the outskirts of the world. I can hear cranes and geese sounding all over the neighborhood, but I can´t see any yet. We were out way to early in the morning to see any and to late when e took our next walk because by then they had already landed on the fields to grab something to eat.
But tomorrow will be warmer they say and then I think I´ll have a better chance to see them during the day. Soon the sky will be filled with all kinds of birds. But I did see and hear the first larches this morning 🙂 So now I definitely believe spring has sprung here 🙂 I have tiny tomato plants growing by my kitchen window and today I´ll sow some more 🙂
It´s time to look at the news again and then some skiing on tv. Have a great day!