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      #70634 - Thu Aug 24 2006 08:44 PM

.. Wilma was rediculous.. I mean exciting in a way.. . ..but.. so difficult afterwards.. No power for Miles.. I mean.. you could have tried to drive your way up I95 to escape everything.. but yea.. that would last so long untill you had to pull over to a gas station and find out that they have plenty of gas.. just no electricity to pump it out... and your a full tank of gas away from your treeless property and your blue tarp house

Traffic afterwards.. yea

More traffic

Neighbors car

Calm in the middle of the Eye.. 10 to 15 minutes rest and neighborhood bonding..

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Re: Snaps [Re: DayDreamer]
      #70643 - Thu Aug 24 2006 10:20 PM

More Wilma pics. . :

Infront of our office buildings.


Infront of office 2 Allied Flat bed flipped .

Why pine trees shouldn't grow in Florida

Traffic.. Tree tunnel

Tree.. Across the street... driving on left side of road..

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Re: Nice Snaps [Re: DayDreamer]
      #70644 - Thu Aug 24 2006 10:45 PM

Nice pics man i will post some of my "eye" pics soon i have some from the balcony of my condo.....hmmm i dont like the look of TD5 my bee in for a bit of trouble here....just hope it doesnt get into that "HOT" zone like Wilma did last year could have a Big'Un on our hands here........

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Re: Nice Snaps [Re: PeterInMarco]
      #70654 - Fri Aug 25 2006 01:09 AM

Thanks, I have more..but they are on the other computer.. Also have a bit of Video. But I should have picked up the camera earlier while it was more intense.

Hurricane Wilma, beginning of the back side of the storm Video on Youtube

Yea.. TD5 could be another Wilma.. but everythings still up in the air. Thats the problem with these things.. predicting beyond a day is almost rediculous. Anythings bound to happen

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Re: Nice Snaps [Re: DayDreamer]
      #70680 - Fri Aug 25 2006 10:12 AM

More pics :

Shingles flying off our apartment roofs

Our tennis courts 1

Our Tennis courts 2

I would never have sat down on that bench.. thought this was funny

Random pic. of debree

The sign used to display the movies playing at the theater on Mall St. I'm driving on Powerline going across hillsboro

Front yard, tree fell over...

Front yard tree fell on Grandfathers car...

Random pic. of debree ..

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Re: Nice Snaps [Re: DayDreamer]
      #70683 - Fri Aug 25 2006 10:26 AM

Mor pics

Driving around random debree

Random Debree

Not the bottom.. and Not the Top.. but the middle... gone?

Intersection of Powerline and Hillsboro a few minutes after the Storm finally let up. Still experiencing 30 mph winds though

You had to pay extra for these car docks .. feel sorry for the guy that got his car smashed underneath one.

Random Debree

Random debree

Random Debree

Wish this pic came out better.. that huge tree is leaning on their house if you can't see.

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