FOLLOW-UP ON PREPARING FOR THE STORM

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I don’t usually post on Monday, but I wanted to write a follow-up on preparing for the storm. In my last post, I wrote about preparing for Hurricane Ian and gave my best tips for prepping.

The Storm

Hurricane Ian arrived as predicted in the early hours of Friday morning and moved through the Pee Dee region of South Carolina until around 5:00p.m. There was rain and wind all day long.

At times, the wind and rain were quite heavy. It was often hard to tell which way the wind was even blowing. Silent Charlie did not like the situation at all. Thank goodness he can use “potty pads” in the house!

Fortunately, we did not experience any damage or power loss. Our daughter in Savannah had the same good fortune. We are grateful that the impact to our cities was minimal in comparison to the devastation that others in Florida experienced.

Here is a 1 minute video of what it looked like around noon on Friday. If you have the sound on, you can hear the wind gusts coming which averaged about 50mph.

I appreciate the well wishes and prayers that so many of you expressed. Thank you for your kindness and concern.

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