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How did everyone fare during the storm. Everything went very well here just had high winds, lost power for a day. But got some much needed rain. Still need more though. Hope you all fared as well.
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i turned out ok here in BR alot better then katrina. I got some wind damage but nothing big and was without power for a day.
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Well we received some high winds and isolated damage in my area. I am happy to report that so far I have had no damage, although I haven't checked my duck blinds and deer stands yet. We received about 3 1/2 inches of rain, but could easily use twice that amount. Hope everyone else received minimal damage as well.
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I was in hammond LA for 18 days arter the storm helping distribute food around new orleans. Took a tough hit in Plequmins parish(spelling??) where we spent most of our time. You guys have some beautiful duck hunting spots down there. Will probally be heading back next week to help out on some wildfires. They were telling us here in N.C. to get ready b/c we may be heading that way pretty soonto help out.
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