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RE: Jeanne

'look out the window'

E_Gads-- where or where are your hurricane shutters!.. or at least
plywood. Thinking you are the only person in the state of Florida with a
viewable window this season.....

Stay safe.... looks like you are going to be pounded for awhile.


> House across the street--the one with the Statue of Liberty in the
> front yard--is loosing shingles from its roof. I went out and checked
> ours a few minutes ago, and we are okay so far. Except Beans is
> to go out. I've told her that with gusts at 60 MPH she'd likely get
> blown into Hardee county, but she doesn't believe me.
> All of our pots and hanging baskets, which we set on the ground
> yesterday, have not budged. I can't see any damage when I look out the
> windows, although a lot of our trees, especially the schefflera and
> jatrophas are sure bending over in the gusts.

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