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Old 08-26-2011, 12:00 AM
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I appreciate everyones offers and advice. I knew that you guys (or girls) were the right people to talk to. I am heading over to Fire Island in the AM for breakfast (hopefully not my last ride) and then I will do my best to have her hauled and try to figure out where I can store her inland. Thanks again to all and God bless.
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Old 08-26-2011, 12:18 AM
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Good to hear. Hope you can get a place to put it inland so it doesn't get busted up.. Stay safe, we have to get all the stuff off the peir, yard tom..


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Good to hear. Hope you can get a place to put it inland so it doesn't get busted up.. Stay safe, we have to get all the stuff off the peir, yard tom..


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Old 08-28-2011, 11:59 PM
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I decided to go for it, so I left her in. I didn't get much sleep, but my decision was perfect. My marina was under water but with everyone doing the right thing and securing boats properly, no damage, with that said, my yard took a freekin beating and if I put my boat in my winter slip she would be destroyed. If I had any tech knowledge, I could show you. I lost 3 huge oak trees ( 80-100 feet each ), and the last one nailed my new shed. No big deal, could have been worse, but I believe God is a baseball fan and he likes pitchers. 1 tree down, strike 1, 2nd tree down, strike 2, 3rd tree down, BOOM, right through the shed, strike 3, you're out. Oh well, my family, my house, my store, and my boat are ok. I try to always do the right thing as far as treating people the right way and just do the right thing to help others, and I believe I was paid back for it. I'm not going to lie, but I was scared there for a little while. The cracking of tree trunks, howling of wind, and exploding of transformers all over the place, all sounds I'll never forget and never want to hear again
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Glad your ok
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Old 08-29-2011, 12:09 AM
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Definately glad you and your family are ok. We can buy new boats needbe.
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