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It gets rather nasty. It’s hard to believe, but there was a line of cars forming to get ice from the free-standing ice dispensing unit.
I can only imagine. I hope you are safe.
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The strange thing is that we lost power for over an hour, AFTER the storm had passed. It makes me think that some fool got on the road, lost control of his car, and slammed into a light pole. 🙂
I imagine the first wave of danger has passed. Hope you faired well. You insane Florida people. Must be worth it to risk living there?
The middle of the country has mile-wide tornadoes that can lift a house out of the ground by the basement. The western part has earthquakes that level cities, and the south has hurricanes. If you think living up north is going to solve anything, I lived in Minnesota for 2 years and we have -40F at night during part of the winter. The part of Florida that I live in is the safest part — the interior of North Florida. The last time we had a hurricane was 2004, and it was a tropical storm by the time it got to us. I don’t believe there is a place on Earth that isn’t risky to live in. 🙂
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