Whether they merge or not, it’s gonna get hella wet here.Oh, man. I saw the news tonight and they were talking about two tropical storms headed that way. They were coming from slightly different angles, but you could see the possibility that they could converge.
We replaced the generator this summer. We had it installed after being without power for a month following Katrina. It was also supposed to guarantee we’d never get another major storm here.FFS, we have a gaggle on deck. I just scored some new Gorilla 4" patch tape, some 2" waterproof duct tape, and this new 24' water inflatable barricade. I have a 20' x 100' 10 mil plastic roll, I'm going to put the cars into waterproof "sacks".
No thanks. I've had enough of NY winters, both upstate and city burbs. I'll take the occasional hurricane, tyvm.Tempted to post some link to a Catsklll Mountains realtor for ya.
Despite what the Weather Channel would have you believe, there are cities between New Orleans and Pensacola. New Orleans isn't even the original home of Mardi Gras in the US. Hah! They stole it from Mobile AL. We're more family friendly, but just as much fun. I used to go to NOLA a lot, these days I pretty much only go if I need a visit to the Apple store. Two hours and two states away, it's the closest.Do you live in NOLA? I do enjoy that place. Only been twice but I did my duty assaulting my body with booze and food.
After a few particularly harsh winters here I was tempted by conversations with a pal here (who has kin in Kentucky and in Tennessee) to prowl around in the latter state for a winter hangout that wouldn't be like Florida but wouldn't show me -20ºF out the kitchen window in winter either. Eventually settled for a better woodstove.No thanks. I've had enough of NY winters, both upstate and city burbs. I'll take the occasional hurricane, tyvm.
Flee more to the south (southeast). We have LOTS of booze, the clothing requirement here is extremely optional, I'm busting out a longboard, I mean, nothing goes better with alcohol than night surfing ...Marco fell apart. More than enough rain though. I'm hoping Laura continues her Westerly trajectory. No offense, Texas.