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A lot of people love to bash big box retailers in general and Wal-Mart in particular for being too-powerful, uncaring, corporate dictators who revel in doing as little good as possible and sqashing everyone in their path in their quest for world domination and incalculable profits. I don’t want to turn this into a debate [...]
It was a small hurricane (category 1), but a hurricane nonetheless. It was a tropical storm last night when I went to bed but it strengthened to a hurricane before it made landfall. They say 75,000 or more homes are without power (our house is fine so far). Ah the joys of living 40 miles [...]
I know Wednesday is still a long way off, but I can’t help but be concerned about Ernesto. Right now it appears to be heading right towards my area. All the sudden I’m having horrible flashbacks of last year! Any of you remember when I posted this? It’s hard to believe that it was nearly [...]
NOT AGAIN! Of course this is still WAY TOO FAR OFF to make accurage projections of landfall, but that doesn’t make me worry: Track Map Computer Models Ah, the joys of living 40 miles from the coast!
My neighbor called me last night and told me that we now have electricity. We can now go home and start putting our lives back together. I am thankful that we don’t have as much to put back together as some other people do. I feel guilty because I really had a pretty nasty attitude [...]
We went to check out our house yesterday. Although our house didn’t sustain any real damage, several of our neighbors did. I took some pictures and will be posting them in a little while. It is really sad to see just how many trees we lost. Our biggest tree in the backyard is gone. It [...]
I didn’t realize that Micheal Taylor of TaylorTree and I are practically neighbors. Small world. Anyway, he has a really good post with pictures on Rita.
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