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Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 287 (Idalia) , Major: 287 (Idalia) Florida - Any: 287 (Idalia) Major: 287 (Idalia)

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      #63662 - Thu Nov 17 2005 03:27 AM

Board's been quiet, and I think one of the mods said "post away" so here goes. Based on the activity of the last two seasons and bearing in mind that we're in an active pattern for the next fifteen (gulp!) years or so, for those hearty Floridians who aren't packing up and "heading for the hills," here's a few books you might want to order from Amazon to prepare for the 2006 season.

The Betty Crocker Two Burner Coleman Stove Cookbook
Debris Removal Made Easy
Generator Safety for Dummies
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About FEMA Paperwork But Were UNABLE To Ask
The Roof Repair Primer
101 Educational Things To Do While Waiting In Line For Gas

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