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Old 08-18-2004, 02:13 AM   #11
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I'm glad you're ok, William! Hang in there!
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I know simple, well glad to see that your ok william
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Hey glad your ok as well William! I was watching that 'check in' thread for Florida people!!
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Cool Beans, William! Very glad you are ok.

After Hurricane Isabel up here last year, I have a pretty good idea what you are going through, hang tough!
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Glad you had a chance to post William, we were worried about you since you hadnt been around for a few days.

Glad your o.k.
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Gla dto know you are OK. How are your little friends?
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glad to hear that your okay, it was pretty rough down there.
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Just got my power back today


the crews from Pike Energy and Duke Power from the Carolina's really rock.

They are hero's here, they worked harder and faster than any of the other crews I saw.



The only damage I got as far as propperty wise, was the large tree in my front yard was literally ripped out by the roots and fell on my mothers car, and smashed her rear door in. Insurance is covering it.


As far as livestock goes.

My Condylactus Gigantae died, and my Feather Duster is not looking good. He shed his crown yesterday, and is about 2 inches out of his tube right now laying on the rock, but moving around.


Also, all my filter feeding sponges appear to have died off.


Hermits survived, tho. 3 of them even molted during this little adventure. including the Electric Blue.
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Welcome back to the land of electricity, William. Sorry for your losses.

In our neighborhood, we love a crew from Southeastern Electric Coop in Mississippi. They're the ones that got our power back on.
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When Isabel came through it was amazing to see the power crews from many states come and camp out - the larger parking lots like Walmart would have quite an array of trucks. They worked extremely hard and put in long difficult hours to help out - and far from home. You gotta give your props to those guys!
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