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    Irene

    Hope our East Coast members are safe and dry.

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    My 22 y.o. daughter and her husband along with her daughter, my 2 wk old granddaughter are fine in Newport News, VA!! They were lucky enough to not even lose power. They are 39 feet above sea level there, about 4 miles from the water and coulda had more problems than they did. Anyway, let's all keep those not so fortunate in our prayers, there are many who could use them...
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    My mom and brother were in it as well as several longtime friends. Living in S. Florida for 15 years and being the veteran of several hurricane strikes, I coached them through it

    They were lucky enough to come through unscathed.
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  5. Just outside of New Haven, CT here...

    We have some good gusts, the rain has moved north of us, and power was lost a couple hours ago. Thanks for the well wishes:-)

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    Boarded up one window put in ear plugs and slept throught it.... total damage 1 stray limb other wise coastal SE NC faired very well
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    NY Hudson valley. Heavy rain and some wind gusts. Some swollen streams and small bridge washouts. Sporadic power outages. We're dry and have power.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

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    So far so good in NH. Power flickers, but nothing major yet.

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    Pennsylvania primarily has small stream flooding, which will turn into possible river flooding in a few days. It wasn't much worse here than a few heavy rain storms we had in July. It's a shame in a way that the huricane missed the southeast states that are currently having significant drought problems.

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