allicat1214: Yes, so glad to hear from you Dolfinatic and Dixielou!! Glad y'all are okay!
Sept 16, 2017 13:13:19 GMT -6
RowBear: Welcome back to civilization. Glad you're still in one piece.
Sept 16, 2017 10:24:59 GMT -6
dixielou: Glad to hear you didn't have too much damage, Dolfinatic! We had about the same...trees and fencing mainly. So happy to have power back!
Sept 15, 2017 5:26:51 GMT -6
HarahanTim: Glad you came through, relatively unscathed, dolfinatic! thanks for the update!
Sept 15, 2017 5:26:42 GMT -6
dolfinatic: When I surveyed my neighborhood i found many many trees down and power lines down all over but as for damage didnt see much which was a godsend. Nice to be able to take a hot shower after almost a week without power. Thanks all for your thoughts, prayers
Sept 15, 2017 2:19:45 GMT -6
dolfinatic: Hi all sorry i havent been able to post since night of storm. Lost power and just finally got restored. Survived Irma, house only had minor roof damage from neighbors tree snapping in half and falling on my roof during the strongest part of storm.
Sept 15, 2017 2:16:27 GMT -6
SKYSUMMIT: If we can make it through September, our threat chance really decreases through October, but they can still happen.
Sept 11, 2017 19:36:41 GMT -6
huskiesdelabasin: what month does the gulf start having a less chance of getting hit with a storm. you know when the gulf kind of closes off. is it the end of this month or is it next
Sept 11, 2017 10:51:41 GMT -6
RowBear: They were from Paincourtville & Napoleonville
Sept 9, 2017 20:05:37 GMT -6
ju: "As grandpa would say, "Maudit couillon!" Row Bear, your grandpa must be from "down the bayou". My Dad and Mom are from Larose. We moved back there after Daddy graduated from law school. We moved August 16, 1968, the day before Hurricane Camille struck.
Sept 9, 2017 14:06:33 GMT -6