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Posted: 09/23/22 06:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

As I wait in line to cross the border from New Brunswick into Maine I can’t help but to think of all of those ‘in the rear view mirror’ as the storm approaches.

My thoughts and prayers are with you as this storm of epic proportions approaches, I truly hope it continues on its slow turn eastward and away from the coastline.

Regardless, it will be more than just ‘a storm’ and I hope the best for all of you.

See you all again soon!

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Living in South Louisiana I know the feeling well.
Best of luck.

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We are praying for those in harm’s way.


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Now creating 50 foot waves.


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