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Living in NW Florida has been a challenge this past year. First due to Ivan and then Dennis three weeks ago. Our area resembles a war zone in many places with houses guttred or damage beyond repair. I have missed this forum and happy to now be back on line with all of you.
Two violent hurricanes and a little bit of total devastation are not going to keep any of our forum members away for very long.
Happy To Have You Back And Safe!
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Hey, welcome back. Hope Florida escapes this year.
EOD - Initial success or total failure
Trader, I live off Hwy.97 in Cantonment. We were spared this last storm(Dennis). We got tore up pretty bad by Ivan. Hope we don't have any more this year. For some reason,even with all the money that Escambia County has recieved from the feds, my area still has debris everywhere. The shooting club got hit hard also. Good luck to us all.-------
Trader - I feel very much for what you guys have had to deal with - and hope very much that this season will be kinder, tho seems something is brewing right now.
Chris - P95
NRA Certified Instructor & NRA Life Member.
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is like owning a piano and assuming that you are a musician!."
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Glad your safe. As a fellow Floridian, I can only hope and prey we don't have a repeat of last year. We were lucky in the Tampa Bay area, but did have to evacuate once and got some wind debris and minor fence damage. Welcome back.
we're pretty much recovered from Charley here .
I cannot imagine the toll taken on you and your's after 2 hurricanes.
Best of luck and welcome back.
Gun control is hitting what you aim at
Thanks guys. RSSZ and myself along with others along the coast will still be standing guard until November which is suppose to be the end of the season.