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Old 09-13-2017, 05:33 PM
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I went to the RV place and it is flooded. Wow!
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Yes, but how are the coaches?!
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good, glad the damage was down to small stuff. number 9 since you have been down there hug. the way the news people talked and talked and talked it was the only one that has even come ashore and the whole state was under 3 ft of sea water
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The funeral vehicles are fine. I'm so glad I moved my RV from the flooded park to the funeral home for safe keeping. The storm hit and there is flooding but I think what you're seeing with the media is their way of trying to cover up their miscues in forecasting the storms direction and force. I'm glad we did not evacuate our home and will stay for the next one which might be just around the corner with Hurricane Jose. It was an EVACUATION nightmare creating a state of panic.
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My way of thinking the mass evacuation only dumps more economical hardship on people all ready stressed. If your living in a house that was built 20 years ago it's weathered a lot of storms. Trailer courts and RV parks are never safe places when large amounts of water is coming down. Or high wind.

Now if the city government could just look past there money grab and not allow building in any location that requires flood insurance most of these events would be things that just come and go.
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My way of thinking the mass evacuation only dumps more economical hardship on people all ready stressed. If your living in a house that was built 20 years ago it's weathered a lot of storms. Trailer courts and RV parks are never safe places when large amounts of water is coming down. Or high wind.

Now if the city government could just look past there money grab and not allow building in any location that requires flood insurance most of these events would be things that just come and go.
We have a rental house built in the 40's and it has weathered so many storms and continues to stand. It passed with flying colors this last time as well.
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