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and thanks for the update. It seems as though the weather factors are just right for these big storms right now. I cannot image how nerve wracking it must be.
the area you are in in Texas is flat isn't it? What do you do when the warning becomes the highest?
I used to work with a guy who had a daughter living in Bay St. Louis. He told us one day she called him and said good news dad, we finally got the roof fixed from the last hurricane of last year. The bad news; hurricane season starts today. Amazingly she could laugh about it. Strangely enough, the man retired and he and his wife moved down to be near his daughter and was there only a short time before Katrina hit. They survived but had severe damage to their house and property.
"Nerve-wracking" is an understatement. We went through the ordeal of Hurricane Rita exactly three years ago. Yes, this part of Texas is flat and swampy. I'm right on the Louisiana border, which is the area in white on this map. I actually live in Bridge City, Texas.