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1) Covers the Relentless 
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Monday, 11 September 2017 12:00 PM Permalink

(1) Today's MAM cover is from South Sea Stories Dec 1959 first issue.


20637) JD wrote: (20637) @Covers the Relentless: I offer all my atheistic prayers, if that helps. Stay safe, ol' buddy. roll eyes (sarcastic)

20633) A Viewer wrote: Covers, thanks for the images and be careful.

Thanks for your concern, guys! We were lucky that Irma weakened to a category 1 hurricane by the time it hit the Tampa Bay area. A lot of my friends had/have power outages, but we only had a few flickers.

No damage to the house, but about a million oak twigs and branches in the yard. Even the wood fence that I plan to replace this winter was unscathed. The worst damage is that the dogs have chewed one of my new plywood hurricane shutters. lol
My family, 60 miles to the east, lost trees, a pool cage, and had a roof leak, but nobody hurt.

It's still windy, so I'll be cautious about removing the hurricane shutters.
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