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Re: Isabel

Marge, what a shame that you got the brunt of Isabel.  Being without water is 
just about the greatest inconvenience - we are on a well so I do know what 
loss of power can do to you.  Glad you're getting back to normal.
We were hoping it would bring us some rain, but we mainly got wind, but not 
damaging like yours.  I have felt that the drought we have been experiencing 
for the past several years partly resulted from the fact that we haven't had a 
hurricane that amounted to anything in those years.
Ayway, glad you're surviving and good to see you back.

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