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Gee whiz....it's been such a quiet hurricane season!

YAY!!

It is so nice to hear the weatherman say that the "tropics are quiet." This has been pretty much a quiet season. Florida used to get a lot of those, but this is the first time for a while that it has been so calm for so long. Gee, we are only up to Fred on the naming.

It means that O Town residents don't become complacent because there may be one just around the corner hiding, but we aren't so anxious...nervous....worried....or whatever! No fighting over flashlights and batteries. [don't laugh, it happens] I remember when people would sit in the parking lots of places like Home Depot or Ace hardware waiting for a shipment that was due for generators.

Hurricane memories. We all have them. And the T shirt too.

Hope everyone is sailing more that I am. Work schedules and illness have kept me off the water for a while, but this weekend is looking good for sailing in town on Lake Fairview now that my son has caught the sailing bug. This is a good thing since he sails Endless Wind, and when hubby and I moved up to the Owl, we did not want to sell EW. Best of both worlds!

Lake Fairview is a great in town marina...check it out here: http://www.lakefairviewmarina.com Cynthia and Jay are the best! And so is Jim!

Next weekend am hoping to sail the Owl. Crossing my fingers and toes for that!!!

Hope everyone is staying safe and dry.

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Comment by Charlotte Radford on September 28, 2009 at 7:37pm
Yes, it's true the hurricane season isn't over. However, Florida tends to get hit with storms in July and August. I'm still crossing my fingers and toes 'coz it isn't over...FOR SURE.
Comment by Terri on September 27, 2009 at 9:17pm
fingers crossed here...november 1st...season over in more ways than one..sigh.
Comment by Chuck (C_Note) on September 27, 2009 at 6:25pm
Did she just say Gee Wiz?
Hurricane season isn't over.
Comment by Terri on September 26, 2009 at 9:09pm
On fighting over batteries & waiting on generators...kinda like them always running out of shovels up here and fighting over ice melt ....I think were did people all come from...??..what happened to all their shovel's from last winter...must have just moved up here from Fl. !!!! :

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