Hurricane florence

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Hurricane florence

Postby coppersmythe » Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:50 pm

IF YOU ARE ANYWHERE NEAR THE "CONE OF UNCERTAINTY" , GET OUT . I have been through every hurricane from Betsy in the 1960's to andrew, katrina and gustov . a Cat 3-4 hurricane is NOT TO BE DISMISSED . no hurricane partys for me ANYMORE . 30 miles or less from the coast , GET OUT . val adams , coppersmythe..........................................

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