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Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by q1014, Mar 4, 2008.
I’m also in for a central FL gtg
I'll come depending on when it may be.
Cool. If I get enough bites on this I'll start a new thread for a GTG and link back to it here.
Hope everyone gets through the storm ok! Be safe.
You too! Broward we prepared as much as our wallets and available supplies allowed.
Sarasota checking-in... Wait-n-see mode over here, although gas stations already running out of fuel.
All gas stations empty in Gainesville
Got gas yesterday in sebring,..... sat, sun and monday shows cancelled, but our first time for us at a restaurant/club friday night (now in Englewood) is a huge success
Well all was fine here in Brevard. Really there wasn't much at all going on around me since it stayed far enough offshore. I really feel bad about the Bahamas. Those people got devastated from this thing.
We are all fine in Broward. I am praying for the rest of the country to be spared... And prayers those people in the Bahamas
Yup made it fine fortunately. Now I gotta put the shutters back up and drink all this water!
I just can't imagine having a cat 5 hurricane sitting over land for more than an entire day - unreal, God bless those people.
A non-event here fortunately (Middleburg) but we are a ways from the coast. Seemed like most of the rain bands were squished between the eye and the coast; not much made it on land.
Yeah I'm trying to figure out what to do with this Underwood Deviled Ham.
When Irma came through I got some of that stuff for my wife - just asked her the other day if she was going to eat it or not and she said not to throw it out yet.
LOL. Yeah 4 cans of SPAM in there too. I'm not a fan of that either but my oldest son and wife like the stuff so hey, at least that wont go to waste!
SPAM?? Perish the thought!
Tell you what,
I moved to Florida in the 1980's for college. My first hurricane was Andrew. We went down to feed the volunteers and first responders with the Domino's pizza mobile unit.
I will never forget what it looked like, smelled like and what the air felt like.
They were pulling bodies out of the rubble for what seemed like days... It was really life changing stuff.
I missed Andrew, I was living in Atlanta at the time. I had a number of friends that went down for the cleanup and a couple that stayed down that way for a couple years in construction.
I think I was a freshman in high school and my church went down to help clean up down there. The older kids were more privy to things like what you saw. The younger ones, like myself, helped clean debris from less hectic areas.
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