Yes, Mike...it'll be interesting to see what we wake up to in the morning. I'm not even sure I want to turn on the TV. As large as thing is growing, we may very well see impacts from LA to West Central Florida. My heart skips a couple of beats thinking about what it might do inland, not just here, but all along the eastern part of the US. I don't know how well people are prepared for something like this. It's a little unnerving to say the least. The other day I was scoffing at the guy with the Dyna-Gel. Now I'm hoping he DOES IT.
I just wish the heck he would do whatever he was gonna do and DO IT ALREADY!
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