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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by oxrageous, Sep 7, 2017.
Still here with power.
Same. LOTS of power outages in my area, but knock on wood, I've still got power. I'm working remote and wondering how long it lasts. LOL
Power went out a 9:15 last night.
Good thing the house was nice and cold because we slept in a cool house all night.
Small piece of vinyl soffit came down, no biggie. No major tree damage.
Quiet generator is going with an operational fridge, window unit, wifi.
Beer and burgers for breakfast.
No filet mignon? Poser!
All of you be safe. Prayers from the great southwest for my home country.
Never lost power, really a non event here in my little part of Pasco County. Literally we were floating in the pool, adult beverages in hand at about 12:30am.
Reporter tries to make guy feel like fool for not evacuating. Doesn't realize the guy's middle name is apparently Magellan.
Guess I should have taken the trampoline advice.
To quote Mick Hubert, "Oh my!"
Dude, I live in North Central Alabama, we're only supposed to get TS type winds AND I took the trampoline advice.
Also ratchet strapped it to a tree upside down -
anyone else see the one in the power lines?
I blamed the kid's, they were supposed to be holding it down.
Could have been transformers cooking off
I always wanted a lake!
Yikes. Hope that didn't creep into the house.
Not in the house yet but it's in my car.
My house is a good 4 feet off the ground so I think I'm good.
My aunt that lives a couple miles down the road has some water in her house.
We live in Brunswick Ga about an hour north of Jacksonville btw.
We were so freakin' lucky. Not just because the storm turned further west and weakened before reaching the maiinland, sparing South Florida a regional catastrophe. But also because we had wind gust over 100 mph for over three hours and hurricane force wind for more than 12 hours, and, we never lost power! The power lines in our neighborhood are underground.
After six straight hours of work this morning, our place is 90 percent back to normal. Only major project left is taking chain saw to a medium sized tree that's down in the yard. That will more like fun than work.
Hope everyone is safe and well.
I was really lucky also. I live in Coral Springs and never lost power. The only damage was to a lanai fence that needed to be replaced before the storm. I had previously replaced all the builder planted trees with indigenous species. No tree damage at all.
Lots of flooding and power out in Jax
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