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Re: Isabel

> From: Theresa- yahoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
> Wow!  Glad you are OK Marge.  Today i finally got through to my
> answering machine in Va Bch.  Her message indicates that they still
> limited power and phone service.  Yikes- not fun at all.  My sister
> Greenville, NC was fine, just a few branches down.

Thanks, Theresa.  I understand that the VA Beach area and Richmond
are still having lots of power outages.  I'm surprised your sister
came through so well as that storm came into land off the outer
banks.  Tho' did read that those on the left of the center got the
rain and those on the right got the wind....well, we sure got the
wind!  Not all that much rain, but talk about wind.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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