Alberta tornado photo a hit on social media

Alberta tornado photo a hit on social media
Tornado was no match for this very determined husband
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The following post you are about to read is similar to “Florida man” news stories, in which a resident of the Sunshine State exhibits some sort of wacky behavior causing the rest of the country to collectively shake its head — only in this case it's … . You know when you're just casually working through your to do list and a tornado comes along and threatens to mess up your whole schedule? A Canadian man has gone viral thanks to a photo of him casually mowing his lawn while a tornado appeared to

Man Who Mowed Lawn During Tornado: 'I Was Keeping an Eye on It'

A Canadian man was pictured mowing his lawn on Friday evening with a tornado in the background. Asked about it, he said he was “keeping an eye on it.” Here is the picture of unafraid Theunis Wessels taking care of his lawn. It was taken by his wife.

Tornado was no match for this very determined husband

THREE HILLS, Alberta – A tornado touched down in Canada on Friday – but it wasn't the massive funnel cloud that got all the attention after the storm passed. It was this picture of Theunis Wessels, mowing his lawn as the tornado spun in the background

'I was keeping an eye on it': Man casually mows his lawn as a tornado swirls nearby

ALBERTA, Canada (KWQC) – Theunis Wessels is a man who likes to finish what he starts. On Friday evening, he began mowing his lawn in the town of Three Hills and kept mowing even as a towering tornado appeared in the distance. When his wife, Cecilia,

Dads are a determined bunch. Give them an open Saturday free of plans and they will find no less than 536 things to do around the house. Nothing will stop them. Apparently, not even a tornado. The Times Colonist, a Canadian newspaper, first reported

THREE HILLS, Alberta (AP) — A photograph of a Canadian man mowing a lawn with a tornado swirling behind him has caused a bit of a storm on social media. Cecilia Wessels snapped the picture of her husband, Theunis, on Friday as the twister passed. One Canadian man may need to rethink his priorities. Despite a massive tornado looming nearby Friday evening, Theunis Wessels carried on with his chores. His wife Cecilia snapped a photo of him mowing the lawn and posted it to Facebook with the. When a tornado touched down near Three Hills in Alberta, Canada, on Friday, one man wouldn't let that keep him from his yard work. Cecilia Wessels posted the photo, which is going viral on Facebook, of her husband Theunis Wessels as he brazenly mows

A picture of a man in Canada calmly mowing his lawn with a menacing tornado swirling in the background has gone viral on social media. Theunis Wessels was "fully aware" of the twister but "wasn't worried at all", his wife Cecilia, who took the photo …

Alta. man mowing lawn during tornado was 'keeping an eye on it'

On Friday, Cecilia Wessels snapped a picture of a tornado near her home in the Three Hills neighborhood of Alberta, Canada. Tornadoes are cool, sure, but what made this photo particularly interesting was her husband, who can be seen mowing their lawn

Watch: Massive tornado touches down in Calgary, drivers barely notice

A photo of a Canadian man mowing his lawn with a tornado behind him is causing a storm on social media. Cecilia Wessels took the photo of her husband, Theunis, on Friday. A tornado passed by their home in Three Hills, Alberta. No injuries were reported
Tornado was no match for this very determined husband
Tornado was no match for this very determined husband

A tornado briefly touched down Friday afternoon near the town of of Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. The only report of damage was to the roof of a barn. Watch: Huge Tornado Touches Down. Story Highlights. A man mowing his lawn has gone viral after a … . When most would simply run for life in the face of an approaching storm, a Canadian man decided he would mow his lawn, unfazed by a giant twister that swirled past the neighborhood. Theunis Wessels of Alberta, Canada, was snapped by his wife mowing

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