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Dennis Hits in the same Area as OPAL ?
      #41811 - Sun Jul 10 2005 05:43 PM

It seems like to me that Dennis comes a-shore(ground zero) at almost the same exact place as Opal. This to me is very interesting. I was always saddened to see the dunes where Opal came ashore and washed away the dunes, it was basicly a swash right at the beach level, I now feel that the same area will again be devastated yet again. I look forward to seeing the pictures of the ensuing damage. I sure wish i was in the area I would love to shoot some great pics. Maybe I'll come down in the next few weeks. I am so glad that my dad was spared any damage. Take care all and I think we are fortunate that Dennis lost some of his punch before coming ashore.


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