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Thankfully, you all dodged a big one this time.
What did you do to protect your SKY?
I have a friend who has a cement block and steal reinforced airplane hanger at the Sarasota/Bradenton airport. I rat holed my Sky there for Irma and would have done the same this time if the monster had come our way.
 

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Old floridamike the curmudgeon is over on the west side of the state so Dorian apparently wasn't relevant. :driving:
His plan may include 44 umbrellas stashed around the house :willy: for the next hurricane that heads his way?
 

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Old floridamike the curmudgeon is over on the west side of the state so Dorian apparently wasn't relevant. :driving:
His plan may include 44 umbrellas stashed around the house :willy: for the next hurricane that heads his way?
So is Moosebreath. :D
 

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Old floridamike the curmudgeon is over on the west side of the state so Dorian apparently wasn't relevant.

His plan may include 44 umbrellas stashed around the house /forums/images/smilies/willy_nilly.gif for the next hurricane that heads his way?
So is Moosebreath. /forums/images/smilies/biggrin2.gif
Yup. Ellenton about 30 miles south of Tampa and 85 miles north of uncle Mike. Not even a stiff breeze here worth mentioning. Nothing really heavy duty on the east coast either. Anything under 75mph is surfing weather. Take your shirt off, go outside and enjoy it.
 

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It was a total nothingburger over here on the Treasure Coast, mercifully.
Damn glad to hear that. The poor Bahamas got spanked good. Dorian was over those Islands for 40 hours. I have been thru many hurricanes. About 5 to 7 hours and basically done. Cant imagine 40 hours of 145-180mph winds nonstop.
 
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