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    This storm seems to be Extremely dangerous and heading directly for most of us.
    I pray to God that all of us, our families, friends, and just everyone in general stays safe.

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    According to todays Observer Comments, it looks like they are pretty much closing down New Hampshire. I hope that the people that seek the danger adventures listen, because they will be stuck.

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    I second your thoughts Kathy. Prayers and thoughts to all along the path of the storm.
    Mark

    Keep close to Nature's heart...
    and break clear away, once in awhile,
    and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods.
    Wash your spirit clean. - John Muir


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    I third that. Everybody be safe.

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    I hope everyone is holding up okay. Still have power here, though my parents and a friend lost power. It's just wind and rain here now, but the 2nd half is still to come.


    Be Safe!

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    OK so far here in RI. Much less severe so far than forecast. The rain is winding down but the wind is still pretty strong. Hopefully everything stays put for another few hours. Hope everyone else is holding up as well.
    Mark

    Keep close to Nature's heart...
    and break clear away, once in awhile,
    and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods.
    Wash your spirit clean. - John Muir


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    So far were doing ok here,made it through the first high tide now we wait for 8PM tonight-we have our cellar outside door sandbagged!

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    Beautiful sunshine here now and very breezey. My Mom's basement is flooded though, been up since 4 trying to keep up.

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    Sun is out here, and very breezy too. There is always beautiful weather after a hurricane leaves. Be safe all of you in New England.
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    30 minutes after I made my "still have power post," we lost it. Day 4, still no power, but AT&T set up some sorta machine outside, left it in for 12 hours.

    I'm not complaining, it could have been worse, I had almost no food loss, only bad thing is I ran outta beer. I got to put my hiking gear to use. Watched the bats fly outside.

    (btw, I recommend Newport Storm Hurricane. Rather nice beer, good at room temps)

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