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RE: Texas Storm

Glad to hear that all survived without too much heartache. 

Scottie- I can not imagine staying on a boat in a storm of that
magnitude. I would worry it would turn over or worse yet, end up on top
of the dock and put a hole in it..  My thought when I read your message
was it must be like going thru the locks here in IL. 

Noreen, - sounds like it could have been a lot worse than it was for
you. I think it is natures way of keeping the fish population down...
although you always hate to see it happen.


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