(Verified CFHC User)
Mon Sep 27 2004 11:08 AM
Re: Jeanne Inland in the Southeast

Did okay by OIA as well. Apt complex lost some trees, watched LOTS of transformers blow so there are probably lots of locals with no power but yet again - Somebody was watching out for us - lost power for 6.5 hours. That has been 3 storms in a row with 6.5 hour power outages - how weird. It is just long enough to make you miss it but not long enough to spoil the food in the fridge Hubby went to work today and said there are a lot of traffic lights out, so if you can stay home in Orlando, DO! I am not going to be able to heed my own advice - gotta get out and get to work.
See ya'll later! Thanks again for all that you have helped me learn about hurricanes and for the support duinrg a rather trying season

Oh and BTW Jason - congrats on the little one - can you post some pix here for us to see when you get a minute -(Yeah right he won't have spare minutes until she goes to college)

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