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Well, it's Hurricane season again here on Oak Island  North Carolina & Florence is almost upon us. Oak Island is "Cape Fear"  we are under a mandatory evacuation because it will hit us Friday early Saturday. I have lived here for 25years & we have had some big tropical storms & 4 hurricanes. So this will be number five.

Only about half of the residents leave " we stay". So keep a good thought for us. 

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22 minutes ago, Geo said:

I'm listening to a report about it on the news just now and certainly don't envy you just now.  Hopefully number five doesn't give you too much grief Tim.

Thanks Geo ,    We will be OK, the wind is beginning to pick up.

 

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23 minutes ago, TimFitz said:

The storm is right on us now , the black "x " is where We are . Working on a Waltham 16s 23jewel Vanguard

Tim seems to be a die-hard watch repairer: Keeps on going ....... regardless what happens :biggrin: !!

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