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Stoneman
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Hurricane Charley anniversary
      #91282 - Sat Aug 13 2011 04:09 PM

7 years ago today hurricane Charlie was destroying my neighborhood.

Edited by Stoneman (Sat Aug 13 2011 09:44 PM)


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Wingwiper
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Re: Hurricane Charley anniversary [Re: Stoneman]
      #91283 - Sat Aug 13 2011 06:13 PM

Rode it out on Sanibel. Winds at the house 125G135.... never again

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Rode out Charlie on Sanibel Island 2004


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