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Mary K.
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Re: west caribbean spin
      #13378 - Fri Sep 26 2003 08:48 PM

I have noticed that if Central Florida is mentioned as a concern early on she is not usually on the destination. However, the few times Central Florida has been the on the intinerary, it has been a last minute surprise. For instance Erin, and the Storm in October 2001 that I can never remember the name of. She popped up on our door step over night and most everyone was surprised and by the Time she got to mouse land she was not very impressive but, there was a little wind and rain. We got the feel of what an impressive storm would be like....

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