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Old 10-12-2018, 08:02 AM
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We don't need no stinkin gubberment. This is SW VA we do as we please.
Time to start building an ark after all the rain this year. That's what i'd need if it floods up here. There are two ways out but there's a creek on each about a half mile down. I've seen them both wash out a few times. Mike
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Old 10-12-2018, 08:27 AM
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Time to start building an ark after all the rain this year. That's what i'd need if it floods up here. There are two ways out but there's a creek on each about a half mile down. I've seen them both wash out a few times. Mike
That's how my parents place is. It would be impossible to flood their property but both ends of their road goes under water if we get a bad storm and the water is a few feet deep and moving so fast you don't dare cross it.
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Well, still here, the sun is out and it turned COLD in Southern terms. Was in the low 50's this morning--it was so hot and humid yesterday morning you could hardly get your breath at 7AM. Today is the first day of fall like weather. We only got 3-4 " of rain from the hurricane, but about an hours worth of strong winds knocking power out all over the place for about 18 hrs. So, time to put the generators away and go pick up sticks. Haven't been to check farm buildings yet, hopefully all are OK.
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Nope the house is up on the hill above the pond. This is looking at the pond from the front deck.
That sure is a pretty view ya have from your door step! Beautiful property
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My Son is stationed at Eglin AF Base and right in the middle of it.
Looks like Eglin was on the western edge of it all.
If you end up on any side, the west of eye is best.
Hope your son is okay. Did he evacuate or have to shelter in place?

I saw Tyndall AFB to the east of Eglin got hit pretty hard.
I would not be surprised if that base now got decommissioned and whatever their mission was moved to Eglin.
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