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Hurricane Irma
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bentleyssq
Posted 9/10/2017 10:32 AM (#95028)
Subject: Hurricane Irma



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Got the bikes tucked away and hoping everything stays dry. Just waiting here to see if storm surge is gonna be over the top or ?? Want to make the Ralley in Arkansas.



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RichardMc4
Posted 9/10/2017 11:25 AM (#95029 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: Re: Hurricane Irma



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All button down and stocked up here.
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dave
Posted 9/10/2017 11:37 AM (#95030 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: Re: Hurricane Irma



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glad your safe for now, hope to see you in March at FLA rally.
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bentleyssq
Posted 9/10/2017 5:21 PM (#95035 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: Re: Hurricane Irma



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Keep dry Rich
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Reardan Tom
Posted 9/11/2017 9:51 AM (#95042 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: Re: Hurricane Irma



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Here's hopin' all in the path of the storm come through safe and sound!!!
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RichardMc4
Posted 9/12/2017 11:04 PM (#95056 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: Re: Hurricane Irma



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Bees, Chicks, Dog, and me came through with no problems. Oh no power for 48 hours.
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bentleyssq
Posted 9/13/2017 6:21 PM (#95064 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: RE: Hurricane Irma



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Just some downed palm fronds and plant damage. Flood surge of 12-15 feet never came. I live in a canal and the water rose up about 6-8". Did lose electric at 1:30 am and it' s still out. Threw out a lot of food but everyone safe and still have a House.??????

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Sidehack52
Posted 9/14/2017 11:34 PM (#95081 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: Re: Hurricane Irma


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my rig never made it back from the NY. rally..it is in the Pittsburgh area in storage ..blown head gasket....and no time to fix it before IRMA...so I flow home to take care of the house and family ... so now I will just have to build a new rig...doing the clean up from Irma this week....the house is fine but fence and trees are trashed....maybe I will just get a Ural....know any body selling one ???...ok lets start getting to know the Fl. members....any body want to ride let me know, I still have a bike (with out hack)
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jwshort
Posted 9/16/2017 11:04 AM (#95090 - in reply to #95028)
Subject: Re: Hurricane Irma


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Sorry for your losses Rich. This put a human face on the hurricane for me. Hang in there. You are all in our prayers - really!
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