Tagged with prevention

Hamamatsu: Better safe than sorry

Walking past Hamamatsu Station this morning I saw quite a commotion. Money was being collected by loud, eager young girls. Pamphlets handed out by serious middle-aged men. And this “earthquake experience vehicle” parked in the middle of it all. Looks like Hamamatsu is going with the “better safe than sorry” approach, which I highly approve … Continue reading

Always be prepared!

I never was much of a scout, and I hate camping and that kind of thing. But recent events in Japan have reminded me of the importance of being prepared. I don’t want to be a scaremonger, but earthquakes and other natural disasters are a reality of life, and we get very little warning when they hit. … Continue reading