Re: Are y'all tired of the rain in the SE?
- From: Lisa Cubbon <cubbon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2009 10:16:05 -0400
Michelle in Atlanta wrote:
"Lisa Cubbon" <cubbon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:h9afbs$asd$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxGlad you are safe too, Michelle! It's been an amazing flood.
But this rain has been awful. We live OTP (outside the perimeter) and I think Michelle lives ITP.Lisa
Lisa-Glad to hear you're okay, I was thinking about my fellow Atlanta RADPer's. And thanks, Keane, for asking! My neighborhood (Grant Park, which is near Turner Field and ZooAtlanta) and surroundings faired well-no flooding at all. But anywhere near a creek was in trouble. We drove through other intown neighborhoods and saw water over people's front doors. The road closings (especially I-20 West) are problematic. A CPA I hired to do a specific job for me has not been able to get to my office and I had to reschedule a trip to Alabama. But when I think of the property damage (not covered in most cases by insurance) and the lives lost, I count my blessings.
Michelle in Atlanta
We are very blessed to live where we live too. Last night
they closed 166 at the 'Hooch.Then the only way west was up north
75 and west across 24 to 59 south into Alabama. I suspect
Alabama and Columbus will be having problems with the volume of
water in the 'Hooch too. I just hope the purple lipped mussels
in Florida are fine. Ok that was snide. When we were in the
midst of our very serious drought, Florida was all upset because
the mussels were drying up. People had no water but. Enough!And
we still are having water wars with Alabama and Florida.
I don't think they have opened all of I20 west either. Sweetwater
Creek is still running fast and high.
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