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Before and after link
      #35025 - Wed Mar 23 2005 08:12 PM

A very interesting link that shows before and after effects from past hurricanes.

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Re: Before and after link [Re: Cycloneye11]
      #35027 - Wed Mar 23 2005 08:23 PM

Interesting view of my backyard:


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Re: Before and after link [Re: Lysis]
      #35117 - Sat Apr 02 2005 05:20 PM

wow they say that might be the outer banks in a couple of years because of these storms.

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