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Old 09-08-2017, 04:12 PM
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Just hope any of our members in the path of Irma are safe. Good luck to all of you.
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Old 09-08-2017, 05:17 PM
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Tie yourself to a Cub, that should be a sufficient anchor. Good luck Alvy.
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Old 09-08-2017, 07:42 PM
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Thank you friends. Yeah, coming up through the middle it seems to give us yet another enima but feeling for our south coast friends. Last bad one was Charlie in 04 and I lost power for 2 weeks, sustained at 80 mph gusts over 100 but it was fast. Just hoping it shifts some more but none the less things have been crazy around here. Stay safe Floridians.
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Old 09-08-2017, 08:25 PM
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I would think you would be on the road by now....
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I would think you would be on the road by now....
I would think that I would like to do just that but the roads are packed and there's no gas my good man. Can't risk getting my family stuck on 75 or 95. Plus being in the biz that I am, the products flying off the shelves, people need drugs, food, etc, trying to do my part means I've been insanely busy at work. The weather guessers as Sam calls them and I agree with his nickname, have changed the path and have talked about it until they're blue in the face. Honestly I'm just over it, come get me Irma. We some how have guys that fly inside the damn things and record data and take video and pictures, wth? They should drop a bomb inside the stupid thing and end it. My .02
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Old 09-09-2017, 12:55 AM
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Stay safe, play it smart. Sounds like you have been through this before. Hope your generator, chainsaw, flashlights, fuel and food supply are good to go. Just in case you are out of power for a while, be sure to at least log in on your phone to let us know how you are. Prayers for all in its path.
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Well for you and your family's sake Mike, I hope they are wrong like most times. Good luck my friend. Catch you on the other side.
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Just got a text from Alvy, they have some property damage but they're safe.
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Looks like its on the way to visit Oak now
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