With how many people there are without power in FL you might want to reschedule... Just a thought. I have around 10 family members down in FL and none have power after the storm.boombotz said:We are having a meet this Saturday for any one interested please click link or PM me. Thank You.
We are meeting in the middle (Orlando metro) and there is very little damage here, just a tree down or two, most problems here are associated with flooding - not so much the wind.RobertCTS said:Wouldn't the East side of Florida be better do to less hurricane damage?
tomm said:My mother lives in the Ft. Lauderdale area and she lost half of her house. There are also millions that still have no power. This one hit area's that have not normally been affected by the past hurricanes.
Make sure you check the meet section. This one was listed for over a month. I'm sorry, I didn't think to put a link in other sections sooner.05CTS said:Damn I can't make it this weekend. I wish I would have known sooner.
Not as scary as FL when hurricanes are around. Don't worry, if you guys come out here, I'll protect youPAW 47 said:I'll be there... And Little B..its scary there in Cal.
Also I can tell you we Floridians can bounce back from hurricanes. Personally I went through 3 of the 4 last year. Even tho things were rough we all got power back pretty quickly, I had one employee that had to do with out power for a week. There are still tarps on roofs still so it's not all done from last year. But were strong and we keep on going.
Not questioning your protection offer but we (Floridians) at least know a few days in advance when the hurricanes are coming. Earthquakes, mudslides, and tornadoes seldom give much advance warning.LittleB said:Not as scary as FL when hurricanes are around. Don't worry, if you guys come out here, I'll protect you