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  • monitor_ep
    Talkative Member
    • May 11, 2013
    • 7635

    Survived another Hurricane

    Living 30 minutes away from the beach/gulf means you get to experience Hurricanes. Those of use who have been around the block have generators and food packed away.

    We were lucky. The only damage is a huge live oak tree in the front yard. After the ground dries up we will be doing a lot of yard work.


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  • monitor_ep
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    • May 11, 2013
    • 7635

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    • sprytel
      Talkative Member
      • Jun 26, 2009
      • 6561

      #3
      Glad you are ok and made it through without too much damage.

      Hurricanes are no joke. Unfortunately, this is predicted to be a busy hurricane season.

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      • Jorge Galvan
        Career Member
        • Jun 8, 2015
        • 662

        #4
        NPR said that there is three digit HEAT and NO Power!! Are you and your family okay????

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        • Mikey
          Verbose Member
          • Aug 9, 2001
          • 47250

          #5
          Glad everything is cool

          Worst hurricane around these parts to date (NE Pa) was Sandy

          Was like being inside of a sand-blazer for 10 hours straight

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          • monitor_ep
            Talkative Member
            • May 11, 2013
            • 7635

            #6
            Living down in south Texas since the 70's means my family knows what to do during hurricanes. We have generators that will power the house. So we did not loose food and have air conditioning.
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            • Jorge Galvan
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              • Jun 8, 2015
              • 662

              #7
              Originally posted by monitor_ep
              Living down in south Texas since the 70's means my family knows what to do during hurricanes. We have generators that will power the house. So we did not loose food and have air conditioning.
              Glad you and the family are doing well. If it were me in that heat and no power, I be in the bathtub, filled with water.

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              • monitor_ep
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                • May 11, 2013
                • 7635

                #8
                It boggles my mind that people who have houses do not have a generator with 30 gallons of gas during bad weather (hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquake, etc).
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                • Megotastrophe
                  Permanent Member
                  • Jun 29, 2018
                  • 2814

                  #9
                  Living in the Gulfton Bellaire Meyerland Border zone. We had zero loss of power just some crazy wind and water. I’m 911 first responder so I had another slumber party at work. No one should have been surprised by this at all and yet Houstonians seem to be shocked every time

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                  • Jorge Galvan
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                    • Jun 8, 2015
                    • 662

                    #10
                    Originally posted by monitor_ep
                    It boggles my mind that people who have houses do not have a generator with 30 gallons of gas during bad weather (hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquake, etc).
                    Well. The last earthquake we had was in the 90's and all I felt was a slight. Very slight sinking of the house.

                    Hurricanes are none existant in Chicago. Tornadoes weirdly enough are usually far out away from Chicago, like Kankakee or Moline. I do have lots of canned goods in the cupboard. Plenty of beverage. As for Generator, that is my landlords decisions, not that I could afford to get one of those new fangled Generacts!

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