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    Glad you and your family were spared


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    Quote Originally Posted by TnT View Post
    Trees down and still no power but the house was spared and we are all safe.
    Glad to hear ya'll made it out safely Tim !! It's hard without power & even harder without water if your on a well but hopefully its a little cooler there than here.
    The finest gift you can give to any fisherman is to put a good fish back, and who knows if the fish that you caught isn't someone else's gift to you?"

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    no damage at my house one fence panel down and a lot of limbs. the camper at the lake is ok according to my brother. he went over and cleaned up limbs. one house trailer on the waterfront was destroyed . some others have some damage nothing major.
    retired and now i will always fish
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    Prayers to all who were in harms way. I've seen the coverage, showing the total coastal devastation at ground zero and how far Hurricane Michael's destruction reached far inland. It is so sad to see those who lost everything... whose futures are so wrought with problems and challenges for many weeks, months or many months to come. We all have seen just how Mother Nature is certainly no joke... and how she don't care who is in the way or how inconvenient she makes it when she shows her uglier side. It's amazing what power these things bring with them: Heck, we are 670 miles from Mexico Beach Florida here in Central NC. ...and we had 60 mph winds and several inches of rain as it crossed directly over us.

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    Hi Everyone,

    Just checking in, home front, sort of looks poorly but no one got hurt



    , we had most (5out of 7) grand kids , our son and 1 daughter.
    We had 42 trees blown down and only 5 went on the roof and 2 are in the pool.
    Week later things are looking much better -- fishing boat was not touch!!!!!!!!

    180+ miles North on Mexico Beach, Cat. 3 Hurricane, Go Figure



    PS: Still have not seen my State Farm folks



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    I feel your pain. Looked the same here in Albany. Finally got power back on last night and just about cleaned up. Ready for cooler weather and some fishing!!!

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    We are still with no power. Power company said today that 80-90 percent would have power by Sunday and the other 10-20 percent could be up to 14 more days. Powerline are still down all around me. I know Iím ready for power, cooler weather, and to catch some specks!


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