Hurrican In Fl

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vito
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Hurrican In Fl

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Hope everyone is safe over there Bob.
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Yeah, I don't know how close Bob is to the water or how high, but hopefully all is well...

My brother is just south of Tampa a bit inland and he had no problems or damage.

How are you doing on the rock?
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Just saw this, yes, we were fine. Lots of areas had flooding, but not where I was. House and all cars were high and dry. Lots of wind and rain, some tree limbs broken, blew a tree branch through a panel in out swimming pool screen enclosure, but other than that, no problem. Areas North of us did not fair so well though. We dodged another bullet! Thanks for asking.
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Glad to here you all made it thru fine.

The typhoon here pretty much wiped out the local crops. Did keep the roof on the garage, but now i can water the plants from the ceiling :ack:
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