A rainbow morning and news of the earthquake on Feb. 21.

The storms have abated and left us with a sunny day. This morning's cloud show was fun to watch. Then Rick called out, "Rainbow!"

I hope you can see the small rainbow spilling out of the cloud. It was more vibrant to the naked eye!

The earthquake that hit around 5:30 am on the 21st was 2.9 on the Richter scale. Not a big earthquake by any means, but the epicenter was HERE. Here is a photo from UC Berkeley Seismology Department showing the epicenter.

That wavy line on the right is the Garcia River. And, yes, the San Andreas Fault crosses the river. To learn more, here is the post on the USGS website: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nc72766286#dyfi

All is quiet here on the coast, except the cold north wind that is blowing. And it's a cold wind!

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