I agree you always have to plan. I got lucky as I was having my shutters redone on the house and I happen to have them all up for a check. I told them not to take them down (Tues). My wife is pissed, but that's life. We have lexan on the second floor and a roll down in the back so its not that bad.
It's hard to plan an evacuation becuase no one knows where the stom is going. Most of my friends are conveniently watching the leaves change in NY this weekend. Gov. Bush said to leave unles you're told to.
We always have tons of water in the house and my kids only eat pasta, so we're good. It's not the storm I worry about I hope), its no electric for a week after that bothers me.
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