come to philly! :)
Good to know you are both safe albeit a little wet and wind blown.Trees will grow again and fences can be mended.I guess you will have some yard work to do!
@PrincessYeah, I think we dodged a bullet, er, a tree!
Washington? Nope, volcanoes!Glad you had relatively minor damage.Did NOT hear a word on the hurricane todaybecause Dumald's latest idiocy.
Definitely not Texas! I remember being at home on a visit in Texas when Hurricane Hugo came through. Although we were 60 miles north of Houston, the winds took out ten huge pine trees in the yard. Fortunately they fell everywhere except on the house.And, yes, Texans.
So glad you are safe - loved the Hurricane Map!Your place looks like a marvelous place so don't move yet!!We may all be looking for a place to move in November!
Head up our way, we just got light rain and light breezes. You can stay with us until you find a place.
Bob, so glad you, Carlos, and the kids plus your lovely home made it through in one piece with only minor outside damage. Thanks for the update.
Hhhm, pine scented firewood. Do you have fireplaces that far south?
@DaveWe have a fireplace; we sometimes get snow in winter.
Wow! Texas? Oklahoma?!?Um, Spain! You didn't mention Southern Spain!!!
Try New Mexico...only an occasional rattlesnake.
It looks like a,rain forest in your yard!!! Yes Anne Marie is right. Come to Philly boys! With exception of one bad snowfall, if that, we have it made here. Not to mention all the history and architecture, close jaunt to NYC, Washington Dc and all the beach points. Glad you had very minimal damage there.
@FrankI could live in New Mexico, but Carlos? Maybe not so much! He wasn't so fond of living in Old Mexico.@MaddiePhilly, or Philly adjacent, would be nice!
@MitchellSpain would be a dream! I already have my interpreter!
How about Southern Illinois? Nope, too much corn (and red-necks!)
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