I'll be logging off in a bit...but be back on tomorrow till we lose power, and keep all of ya posted on the conditions...problem though...is that power is lost about 4-5 hours BEFORE the eye lands ashore....however, I have a TV from Walmart for 38 bucks....black and white...and can run on batteries...car cigarette lighter plug in..or regular power...
when we lose power, at least I can fire the TV up and hopefully catch the news channel on their emergency broadcast...and perhaps watch the eye...during Ivan..power went out...and no one local knew just where the eye was gonna go in....and it jogged east and hit Pensacola....I kept wondering when the winds were gonna pick up...went to bed late...and it just never got bad....
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