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Posted 17 September 2017 - 10:56 AM
alot to do (okay its three words, but alot is actually two words: a lot)
there is a lot to do. hurricane irma flooded our property 100% almost knee deep.house is on blocks so water didn't get inside - but close. we had to "flee" got both suv's off property with essential valuables and went to my sister's 30 minutes away - in 40 mph winds and driving rain. it was scary driving through all that water down our 500 ft driveway but we made it out. the eye didn't pass thru for another 10 hours. our rental property didn't fair so well. 2" of water inside when we got back the next day. we have flood insurance -yes! dryers already installed and running and drywall removed 2' up through out the entire house no mold. renters had to relocate but they feel bad for us - were't upset at all. they have relatives and it was short term anyway, lease ends oct 9th. they had few belongings as we furnish the house . adjuster comes out monday. we'll know more then. our 3rd car - a sedan we left behind, was also flooded. just the floors not the engine. drying it out now, shoved pvc pipes up under the carpets to get air under there and have a dehumidifier cranked out.
and now tropical storm maria is headed up the same path irma took.
i am concerned about TFL. the fury of the storm passed right through the county where she lives. has she PM'd anyone since Sept 11th?
Posted 17 September 2017 - 11:49 AM
Actually Brz, I cheated on that entry "snore alot' because I couldn't seem to come up with anything else. lol.
I heard from TFL on the 9th that she was going to stick it out but haven't heard anything else since. I am also concerned but I heard there are still over 100,000 without power. I hope that is all there is to it.
Maria? Tough luck. Hang in there. I am glad that all we have in Missouri is tornados. lol
Posted 17 September 2017 - 12:30 PM
i wish i could sell both of these! i want out! wanted to head back to the mountains for good. every region has its weather challenges but i'll take the cold and snow and ice storms over rising water ay day. our place up there is high and dry!
i just checked and it looks like there are only 8% of homes without power inTFL's county. perhaps she is one, or she still has a lot to do before checking in with the forum. after a hurricane everyone has a lot to do. I also determined the damage where she lives was less severe than anticipated and all in all they fared well where she is. fingers crossed.
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Posted Yesterday, 10:45 AM
Liz wrote a post day before yesterday, she is probably okay. I sure hope so. Liz, if you read this, I have been home since the 6th of July.
Brz, move up to Canada. You will hate our winters, as we all do. Unless you love winter sports. Glad that you're almost okay.
Kathleen, all is good for you, thank God!
And Fishingbrain, you and I are the lucky ones, not living in fear as Maria is dancing around.
What happened with the J the K and the L ? Jumping straight from Irma to Maria. Unless I missed something? And what do you think about Nibiru hitting Earth tomorrow?
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