Great to see the site back up. Got a little worried for a while there.
Well, for what it's worth, in my area Isabel turned out to be almost nothing. Lots and lots of wind, very little rain. Many leaves and small branches on the ground in my yard, but little else. Driving to work this morning, saw some small trees uprooted, and parts of Long Island did lose power. My next-door neighbor lost a pretty big tree limb (maybe 20 feet long, about 6 inches in diameter), and in a bit of poetic justice, had three or four small limbs on his car from a tree which is just inside his property and which I've repeatedly asked him to prune. HA!
I feel bad for the poor folks in NC and VA who sustained some pretty bad damage, but all in all, it could have been a LOT worse. Mike C., hope you fared OK in Newport News.
I want to give a shout out to everyone on this board for all your kind words and support. I'll keep checking back, posting once in a while, thinking of you all.
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