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Re: Ivan

Very scary and from what's on the NOAA site, I don't think Miami is a
grand idea...best you head NORTH - looks like coastal Georgia ought
to be OK or even farther north where all we will probably get is rain
...but, for Pete's sake HEAD out and before the last minute so you
can actually GET out.  Ya' don't wanna mess wit Ma Nature when she's

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
> Ivan does look scary; it seems to be headed toward our sun porch,
> not the front door. But I think it's about 24 hours premature to
> to evacuate. If that decision is made, the next decision has got to
> evacuate to where? With Charley, everyone who went north ran right
> the storm's path.
> At this moment if we do evacuate, I think Miami is our best
> if Ivan doesn't deviate from it's currently projected path. The
> with Miami, of course, is that Monroe county--which is all of the
> from Largo to West--is under mandatory evacuation so a lot of the
> capacity will be absorbed [up side is no one in their right mind 
> vacations in Florida during hurricane season, so there's probably a

> glut of rooms to start with].
> And, yes, I will take the Power Book.

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