It could have been anyone of us who live in Florida. This website has been the most useful tool in gathering our thoughts and action plans and to deprive each other of feeling complacent or going through some form of denial. When there is a giant on the loose as was Charlie we all need to take heed and take appropriate action. Nothing is more important than our own safety and that of our loved ones.
With that said the Cape Verde season has barely begun and there is another wave of interest out in the Atlantic. Also, we must not keep or guard down with the apparent demise of Earl, it may only be for the moment, and may resurrect in the western caribbean, or worse, the GOM.
Charlie teaches us to remain vigilant and always be prepared for the possibility of coming face to face with a giant; it does not have to be our apocalypse but we must respect nature for its might.
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