In this question I wrote the following sentence, knowing full well that it has problems.
Where I live right now there is plenty of rice, earthquakes and typhoons.
Both earthquake and typhoon are countable nouns, while rice in this context is probably considered uncountable.
I could split this up into two sentences, or separate the rice from the other two within the sentence, for example: Where I live right now there are plenty of earthquakes and typhoons to go along with the rice although I'm sure someone else could find a more graceful way to do it.
There are some possibly helpful recommendations in this answer but I'm not sure how to apply them here.
But here I am asking if there is a way that I can keep the three nouns as close together as possible.