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Spike
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Loc: Central, Florida
Looking back on the 2004 season.
      #34463 - Sun Nov 14 2004 02:15 PM

Someday all of us will be able to tell our kids that we survived the 2004 hurricane season. I dont know about all of you but i really enjoyed this season, i got alot of new information from being at this site. And I got to track a bunch of storms with some fellow "weather nuts" It was awsome, but a tiring season on all of us. I just hope that you all look at the positives like coming together with your community and tracking storms. I enjoyed it but i know alot of people had it worse than i did. Were biginning to repair our roof now lol. Anyway iv had a great time with all of you and im looking forward to the 2005 season and getting the chance to track more storms with you all. Also this next year ill be tornado hunting with my uncle up in kansas . Anyway its been fun.

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Patrick
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Heather
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Loc: Sebring, FL
Re: Looking back on the 2004 season. [Re: Spike]
      #34464 - Sun Nov 14 2004 02:25 PM

I think this season will remain close to us for a long time. I know even today when the wind blows a little stronger a lot of people still get goosebumps. Congratulations on your roof repair. Most of my community is on the same time line I am. Nobody to repair until May!!!

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Spike
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Re: Looking back on the 2004 season. [Re: Heather]
      #34465 - Sun Nov 14 2004 02:31 PM

Were going to be seeing dammage and signs of hurricane dammage from this season for years to come. We have 22 mph winds today, and it reminds me of the hurricanes. I'm sorry about your slow repairs things have been so busy latly. The reason were doing it early is because my dad,uncle and myself are doing it. Prob take longer but i guess it will speed up the process.

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Patrick
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