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Area of Concern - Hurricane Earl
      #89259 - Tue Aug 31 2010 06:09 PM

Well, we survived Earl here on St. Croix although we have been without power for a day or so now, airport isn't open today either. Maybe they will have it up and running later today. I'm sure St. Thomas got it worse than St. Croix but it was't any fun here for sure. We are situated on a mountain side overlooking the ocean in Christiansted. I didn't hear anything from my earlier post but wanted to share a little with you.

Fiona now coming but I think we still get out of here Thursday AM (5:50 AM) to San Juan, then Miami and then back to good ole Orlando town. Have a great day to all.


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Re: Area of Concern - Hurricane Earl [Re: bw]
      #89260 - Tue Aug 31 2010 06:13 PM

Great to hear. Might want to check on an earlier flight. Just in case

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