I think we're getting that same front tomorrow/tomorrow night. It means we might have a white Christmas for a change.<br><br>Hope you didn't get any damage!<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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It took 3 hours to travel from San Antonio to Houston (200miles.)<br>Amazing. We got some warnings, but when it got here it was just unbelievable. The rain was horizontal and the winds got up to hurricane force. <br>We are fortlunate having only lots of branches in the yard, but many were not so lucky.<br><br>
Actually, it roared through here in a very short time. Something like one hour. That old "freight train" sound is real, and we didn't get the tornado here at the house. <br>I cleaned up this morning. By the way, you lucky guy. Anything with an Apple logo on it will be very nice.<br>I did get a Beavis and Butthead DVD collection from my bass teacher. (Had to open it)<br><br><br>
I know that "freight train" sound all too well. We had a tornado pass close by a few years ago while we were anchored in our boat. Very scary and it's not a sound I'll ever forget. We were lucky that our anchor held but most folks weren't so lucky and thousands of dollars in damage was done. Not a pretty sight to see a vessel washed up on shore.<br><br>
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