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brodie2219
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hurricane hugo
      #22368 - Wed Sep 01 2004 12:28 AM

i recently moved to mytrle beach and was wondering if anyone had pictures of it after the effects of hugo

thanks


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Loc: NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FL
Re: hurricane hugo [Re: brodie2219]
      #22471 - Wed Sep 01 2004 09:59 AM

Welcome to Florida!

You may want to check out these links. Good Luck to you.

http://www.bollay.com/cruising/NetPictures/hugo1989.gif

http://www.bollay.com/cruising/NetPictures/hugo3.jpg

http://www.photolib.noaa.gov/historic/nws/nwind9.htm

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brodie2219
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Re: hurricane hugo [Re: TIGER]
      #23356 - Thu Sep 02 2004 05:39 PM

thanks

http://www.photolib.noaa.gov/historic/nws/wea00470.htm

I could walk there from my house.


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