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Offline L. Wakefield

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wind storm
« on: October 15, 2003, 04:56:25 PM »
   I guess this is the place for weather-related topics. We have been having gusts of wind all day- some up over 60mph. Lots of power outages and trees down. Got to get thru the night to see how it shakes out. So far I haven't walked out back yet- only one top snmapped off a maple in the front for us. I never get used to how sound they can look and how rotten they can be inside.

  Boat damage here too- not to mention the ferry accident down in NY.   lw
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Re: wind storm
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2003, 07:31:56 PM »
Yup, it ripped through here last nite took the fall colors with it  :(. I had ripped half the roof off the cabin reworked it and tarpapered  just before the rain on the front edge of it, had gotten the warning so nailed the edges on 4-6" centers. How the paper stayed on I don't know, just glad it did. We had some trees down and outages here also. It dropped to 20-30 this afternoon, got the back half off and some ply down. Makes me wish for that opposable toe.
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