Awesome! Knew you'd be on top of it. As an aside, a lot of the storms we get here in NC are preceeded by a high hanging over us, just when you think there's no way it's going to be able to punch through something like that, the barometer starts freefall. Keep a lookout and be safe. Hopefully the path won't come your way.
Glad to see you're going to the hideout. I hope Adrian doesn't kick butt down there. Put out two anchors, lots of chain /rode, chafe protection for both, and hunker down. I'll be watching, keep me posted by whatever means. Take care Zee.
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