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a violent storm, with expected hurricane gusts, keeping most of the tour buses off the roads for the morning. Maybe it was just a gentle breeze that brought Garland here.
In Iceland, that sort of breeze is called - and we could not make this up - a .
Nearest cities: Wayne, NY (1.9 miles ), Orange, NY (2.7 miles ), Barrington, NY (2.7 miles ), Reading, NY (2.8 miles ), Dundee, NY (2.8 miles ), Bradford, NY (2.8 miles ), Hammondsport, NY (2.9 miles ), Starkey, NY (2.9 miles ). Tyrone-area historical earthquake activity is near New York state average. Source: Clifford Grammich, Kirk Hadaway, Richard Houseal, Dale E.
On 5/2/1983, a category F3 tornado 34.1 miles away from the town center injured 6 people and caused between 0,000 and ,000,000 in damages. Major Disasters (Presidential) Declared: 5Emergencies Declared: 5Causes of natural disasters: Floods: 4, Storms: 3, Hurricanes: 2, Blizzard: 1, Heavy Rain: 1, Power Outage: 1, Tornado: 1, Tropical Storm: 1, Other: 1 (Note: Some incidents may be assigned to more than one category). Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies.
It reminds him of his days at Bartram High, makes him feel young again.
"There are a lot of in-betweeners, like scoring point guards, just loads," said Larus Jonsson, the coach. He can really score, and honestly he's probably the fastest guy with the ball up and down the court [in the league]. Last game, we lost by 10, and he had 19." Garland's deal includes food chits at local places such as Subway, so he usually stops there when he's getting a lift home from his coach or a teammate.
OPAVOGUR, Iceland - A rain squall had blown through during dinner, leaving puddles and a slight drizzle. When he's in his bedroom at night, in this town that translates to Seal Pup Bay, Garland said of that wind: "It will be talking to you. It sounds like the windows are about to break." The locals are used to all this, of course.
Most days it rains for little spells, but Tyrone Garland doesn't own an umbrella. The former La Salle Explorers basketball star, famous for his Southwest Philly Floater, has learned rain and even snow are inconveniences here, wind the worthy opponent. The Iceland Review once counted 56 Icelandic words for types of wind.
Right at introductions you know you're a long way from 54th and Yewdall in Southwest. Another guy is the Dancing Machine, after a trip the group made to a club in Reykjavik. Everybody gets along with him," teammate Bjarni Gunnarsson said of Garland before practice. The coach keeps it to English when he's addressing the whole team, might switch to Icelandic when talking to a group that doesn't include Garland. Garland has La Salle teammates from that Sweet 16 team playing in Hungary and Bulgaria and France and Turkey.
He explained this to the 12-year-old, who gave him a sad look. Garland had driven for the game-winner against Mississippi. "If you don't have the floater in your game," he still says, "you're not from Southwest." But even in Philadelphia, Garland knows he can't live forever on one shot that arced over a post defender and banked off a backboard in Kansas City, Mo., after he had sliced through traffic in the lane.
Other than a brief professional turn in Canada (and a bad experience with an agent), Garland was out of work.
"But when that wind is blowing I know I'm at a different place." Kopavogur is like the Upper Darby of Reykjavik, bordering the bigger city, and actually the second-biggest in Iceland behind Reykjavik, with 33,000 people.
Think of Garland living in Drexel Hill on a residential street, with a bakery a few blocks down the road, in a neighborhood of single-family homes.