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    Quote Originally Posted by wamego relays champ View Post
    While your physical safety is certainly paramount, I have to wonder in which location you have what must be a huge library of Olympic material.

    I have never been subject to an evacuation order, but the question that first comes to mind is what to pack and take with you.
    No, all left behind in Hilton Head. My wife and I and our dogs all got in the car. They are much more important.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wamego relays champ View Post
    While your physical safety is certainly paramount, I have to wonder in which location you have what must be a huge library of Olympic material.

    I have never been subject to an evacuation order, but the question that first comes to mind is what to pack and take with you.
    1. Important papers and documents
    2. Irreplaceable family photos
    3. 40 years of TAFNEWS back issues
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    Yay - home again - no house damage - just tons of yard debris to pick up.
    Feel very fortunate! Lots of downed trees around town - still many without power. I think coastal flooding (highest storm surge in over a century) did the most damage around here.
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    Glad your house is OK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Yay - home again - no house damage - just tons of yard debris to pick up.
    Feel very fortunate! Lots of downed trees around town - still many without power. I think coastal flooding (highest storm surge in over a century) did the most damage around here.
    Good news. Hopefully your neighbors survived as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    Yay - home again - no house damage - just tons of yard debris to pick up.
    Feel very fortunate! Lots of downed trees around town - still many without power. I think coastal flooding (highest storm surge in over a century) did the most damage around here.
    I'm glad to hear things worked out for you. Like you, I came out of the recent Baton Rouge floods unscathed, which left 1/3 third of our population homeless, based on my informal survey of friends and co-workers. Keep in mind that we're the lucky ones.
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