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#1 tyorke1

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 06:44 PM

wishing all that are affected by the hurricanes to be safe . Very dangerous conditions, take no chances and be safe.


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Posted 06 September 2017 - 06:50 PM

Thanks for thinking of us while we are all still here!

As I read in one post....for those along the Florida coast....where is it that you are supposed to go???

You could move away from one spot, only to land right in the middle of where this hurricane could end up!

In coastal Wilmington, want all my friends anywhere near by - including VA, and South Cackylacky -know that if you are hit, and I'm not, please contact me and I'll be glad to come help you clean up your mess left by the storm.
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Posted 06 September 2017 - 08:26 PM

I am probably going to have to work. Plan is for the wife to stay put if Irma hits east coast. And if she heads into gulf the wife will go to east coast and stay with family there.

From the latest tracking models looks like Miami is going to be hit hard. And she will skirt up the east coast. Family over there will come to our house (closer to gulf) and hunker down here. The whole state is under a state of emergency and plans are already underway to get assets into the areas most affected as soon as possible. Hard to stage the assets properly until it's safe to do so for obvious reasons.

You cannot imagine what our store shelves look like. Apocalyptic. Nothing left in the store nearest to our house in the way of canned foods of any kind. The highways were jammed coming from the south (good to see everyone is leaving the impact areas) and nerves are on edge. Our hotels are filling up in this area so we anticipate increased call volumes leading right up to the hit. I don't want to say that it's a panic sort of thing right now but it is damned close.

Honestly - I love living in Florida. Having access to beaches, golf and Disney - just an awesome lifestyle. You have to take the good with the bad I guess. Thankfully lots of lessons were learned years ago from Andrew and we have great plans in place on how to be proactive ahead of thing and react appropriately during the post-storm phase. The hardest (and longest part) will be the clean-up and recovery.

I have to be completely honest about something. I have lived in Florida for most of my adult life. And I have been through a lot of hurricanes. None of the scared me until this one. 185 MPH sustained. That is essentially a moving tornado. Fear and respect are a good thing in reality. Keeps you from making stupid decisions and taking unnecessary chances.
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Posted 06 September 2017 - 08:33 PM

Stay safe, friend...and let us know how things progress

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 08:46 PM

Hey Medic, be careful! I was living in Charlotte when Hugo passed through. We didn't get it as bad as the folks in Charleston did, but it was bad enough. I remember waking up in the middle of the night, and the wind was blowing so hard, it sounded like a jet was outside my window. There was a bunch of tree damage, and some were without power for weeks. Irma looks like a monster.


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Posted 06 September 2017 - 11:07 PM

Yes Medic be safe , this is a bad one.

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 11:31 PM

Glad to hear ppl are listening to the warnings and getting out of florida. No evacuations in myrtle beach yet but plenty of ppl are bracing for a bad one as Matthew took it's toll last year. Some hotels are still not done with that damage.
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Posted 07 September 2017 - 04:11 AM

I live in the UK and the devastation in Texas was scary but this looks even worse. Barbuda looks like it has been hit by B52s not mother nature. Keep safe people.

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 04:21 AM

I was on the fringes of Haiyan/Yolanda. I had never ever been scared of typhoons until that one.

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Highest 1min sustained gust 315kmh

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 12:30 PM

that is crazy, hard to believe winds could get that strong.


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Posted 07 September 2017 - 02:11 PM

Please be safe....

Hope your courses have good drainage system.. :taunt:

Fortunately, the after effect is giving us (Ohioians) cool weather..

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Posted 08 September 2017 - 02:12 PM

Medic, take care and wishing you and everyone else well, but I fear if Irma stays as strong as they predict, it's going to be a major disaster. Lived in Pinellas county and went through that fairly big one in the early 2000's. We got lucky and it was not as bad as they thought it would be. So what do I do, well, move back to Oklahoma and face F5 tornados. rather face a hurricane, for at least you know it's coming well in advance. Tornados, well they can tell you conditions are ripe for one, but one can drop down in the middle of the night and that's all she wrote.......Again stay safe and God bless...

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Posted 08 September 2017 - 02:41 PM

Yes be safe, and careful, watch out for the little ones as well and elderly. For those of us who can afterwards, if we can offer some type of help, relief, giving in some way let us please consider what we may do as well...
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Posted 08 September 2017 - 03:03 PM

It's been pretty crazy all week. I scored 6 D-cell batteries this morning for $25 and was happy (sort of) to pay it!  Evac isn't really an option now when you consider the amount of traffic trying to go north and the gas shortages that just compound the travel difficulty. Doing all we can to get hunkered down here. Usually don't think North Central Florida to be a target in these situations but Irma looks like it may rip right up the center of the state.

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Posted 08 September 2017 - 03:07 PM

good luck everyone!!! prayers from new york are with you!!


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Posted 08 September 2017 - 06:37 PM

Thoughts and prayers to all.  SC coast here, so will be on the edge of the projected cone.  Going to hunker down for this one.  Just finished walking nine st local muni.  Best golf weather day we've had in 3 months.  That's gonna change soon.  Once again, thoughts and prayers to all.

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Posted 08 September 2017 - 08:34 PM

My wife's entire family lives in the Florida keys. They evacuated Tuesday and were thinking they'd only be gone a week, now it looks like there will be nothing to go back too. Avg land height in the keys is 6ft above sea level. They're predicting 10-15ft above that if the storm surge hits near high tide.
Fingers crossed that it weakens or turns away. After that, I have several family members in Wilmington, NC.

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Posted 08 September 2017 - 08:38 PM

I have a brother and sister on each coast of Fl. Will be praying for you all.

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 01:55 AM

Well, thanks for the wishes, we'll need it. I live on the west coast of FL and am a native, never left, and seen a ton of crazy weather growing up here. This storm on it's never ending shifts of projected paths keeps bringing it into my back yard, not a good feeling. I work for a local county and am a first responder in emergency management, been a 20 year career and never have I been so nervous. Right now as I type this I'm working the graveyard shift and studying the weather and getting updates from the NWS. None of this is good, only dreaming of playing golf tomorrow, err today as I normally would, but that may not happen for quite sometime. I fear for some of the new people that come to live in our state and have never experienced something like this in their lives, and I fear for some of the long time stubborn residents that feel this is all over blown. After this storm passes I don't think there will be golf for a while as I know it, we a fortunate to live in an area that has many awesome public and private courses. We have 5 original Donald Ross courses where I live and all being near or on the coast, these will be destroyed if this storm hits. I am hoping for the best but as time goes on I fear this is the storm that all forecasters have warned us about for a long time. Keep praying for us and hopefully we get lucky again, and I'm back to playing golf next weekend.
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Posted 09 September 2017 - 11:19 AM

I have cousins in Orlando and lived in the West Palm Beach area for 7 years.  Everyone be smart and take no chances.  Storms of Irma's class are powerful beyond normal reason.

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 11:50 AM

The track keeps shifting west. I hope everyone in the southeast is paying attention.
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Posted 09 September 2017 - 12:41 PM

Lakeland here.  Plenty of food on hand.  Emergency home repair stuff and tools sitting in the living room in case a window or something breaks.  Couple of flashlights and headlamps all charged.  Pre-prepared food in case power goes out.  Frozen gallons of water in case I need to turn the fridge into an ice box.   The wifes car in the driveway and my classic vette in the garage!!  Cell phones and laptops all charged.  

I've had offers to move to LasVegas (son), VA (daughter), CA (brother), CO (friend) and Chicago (sister).  We are staying put as we have my wifes mom (89 years old) in the house and can't really be moved.  

As this thing keeps heading further west our outlook improves with each mile it moves.  

Just had the roof replaced 10 days ago!!!!!  I actually did something right :cheesy:

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 05:05 PM

If you're on the right course, you can probably hit a 520 yard drive ... hahahaha.

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 06:05 PM

View Postbobfoster, on 09 September 2017 - 05:05 PM, said:

If you're on the right course, you can probably hit a 520 yard drive ... hahahaha.

Be safe folks.

And the wrong course would see a nutted on the screws 40 yarder dead center in the fairway, IF it made it to the fairway.

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Posted 09 September 2017 - 09:35 PM

Be safe all. Saw a story of a guy in Texas that surrounded his house with a hydradamn. He now lives on an island below water level. If i lived in flood zone i would have one, as it stands i may see if i can invest in the company. If that story goes viral it will be a game changer. He spent 8500 to save 150k

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Posted 10 September 2017 - 09:49 AM

All possible thoughts and prayers with you. Have relatives who are staying and some who left and will be waiting for any kind of updates from them and anyone on here, just can't imagine.

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Posted 10 September 2017 - 09:52 AM

"I don't think the heavy stuff is going to come down for quite a while."

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Posted 10 September 2017 - 06:37 PM

I wonder if i can sneak on Augusta national during the storm.  I sure cant get on any other time

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 06:05 PM

Phew.....................Made it through Irma.  The eye went right over us as a low Cat2 hurricane.  Sounded like a train going by for hours on end.  Power just came back a few hours ago after going out Sunday night at midnight.  No damage to the house but our lake did come up 6" onto the foundation.  Its a raised foundation so the house was never in jeopardy of flooding.

I worked some extra hours today at the golf course.  It'll take 2-3 days to get 18 of the 27 holes playable.  It'll take weeks and weeks to get all the debris off the course and saw up all the huge grandfather oaks that came down.  No damage to greens or fairways.

We have found dozens of range balls under numerous palm trees around hole A1 and near the clubhouse area.  Like piles of them.  No where near the range.   Come to find out they fell from the palm trees during the hurricane.  They were there from the crows picking them up from the range and putting them in the trees.  We've seen them picking them up for years but never really knew where they were going with them.

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 06:57 PM

Came back online (finally) yesterday. Finally got power back. Got to say, living in Florida in 1890 must have really sucked.

So, I got called into work Sunday at noon. Lots of plans already put into place went into action. At the height of the storm, when the winds were sustained at 50, all of our operations shut down. This lasted for about 3 hours or so and then the tones started going off again. Mostly false alarms but at about 4:30 there was a structure fire. Generator too close to house...

We then began running the stuff you normally see after a hurricane:

Chainsaw injury - bounced off of a limb and hit him in the leg.
Carbon Monoxide poisoning - an entire family
Falls
Heat related illness
Shortness of breath from the stress
Cardiacs

Everyone we responded to survived (No fatalities!!!) but it made for a busy 24 hours or so.

I finally came home late Monday and no power. Uggghhhh. It was SO hot in my house I actually went back to the station to try to get some sleep because at least there was power there. (Generators)

Overall in my area we dodged a bullet. I spoke with a friend in Naples and he said they were also relatively lucky all things considered. But the keys? Well, it is BAD down there.

Today I saw convoys of electrical workers heading out to do their magic.
And convoys of military to also assist.
And Red Cross.

We got lucky folks. My whole family is A-OK, our power is back on, and the flooding is slowly going away. The debris will take some time but all in all we will bounce back.

And the coolest part?

I am looking forward to getting 18 in Saturday. Now THAT will be my own personal recuperation!

Sincere thanks to all of my Internet friends on here for your kind thoughts, wishes, hopes and prayers.

Let's just all hope that those areas FAR worse off continue to receive those thoughts for continued recovery and healing. (The Florida Keys, Naples, Ft. Myers, Jacksonville, Georgia, South Carolina, Texas and all of those Islands out there in the Atlantic that got pounded - including Cuba of course because she took a lot of Irma's energy away for us here in Florida) If I left any state/area off of the list please forgive. Still a bit on the tired side.

Side note BTW.
I saw the edge of the eye in the early morning hours - well what was left of it. It was eerie how dark it was. And how fast the clouds were moving. And how powerful those gusts were as that portion of the storm went through. At worst our winds were about 100 to 110 in gusts, not sustained. I cannot imagine 185 - not even in my worst nightmares.

Thanks again guys and gals. : )

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