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Old 09-12-2018, 05:12 PM   #11 (permalink)
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My wife's aunt was evacuated from Wilmington. She was picked up by an airport limo and driven to her daughters house a great distance away. If she has nothing to back to we will do everything necessary to get her situated and comfortable again. We have to serve as a safety net to friends, family and people in need after these storms. I have plenty of cloth to donate.

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Old 09-12-2018, 06:41 PM   #12 (permalink)
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This one looks like a real killer coming into the East Coast. I sat through tropical storm Allison trapped in my office until almost midnight, then in an attempt to get home to the wife, trapped again in a funeral home on the way home for almost a full day before a nephew with a dually was able to get close enough that I could wade out... my car sat in the funeral home parking lot for 3 days... I also rode out Katrina in Houston as well as Rita a couple of months later.... we moved to Tennessee the week after Rita... also sat through Typhoon Karen on Guam in 1961... last measured windspeed for Karen was 206 mph, just before the wind machine blew away... (official wind speed was some what lower, but the 206 was from a navy weather man taking a reading at ComNavMar, just outside the admirals office....

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