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    A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    I guess the wind was stronger that I expected last night

    As soon as the Lighting stops I'll go in & close it for recovery

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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    Hey, at least you can see every detail of it down there.
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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    Yea, I just noticed a few leaves that i'll grab when i do the recovery
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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    Lol, my umbrella did the same a couple of weeks ago. But instead of landing in the pool it landed across the yard. Hard, with a couple of tears and a broken spar. I'll take the pool landing any day, lol...
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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    At least it wasn't a glass-topped table.
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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

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    North shore long island here, thank god this didn't go into pool.
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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    Yeah, I'm in Huntington and we got hit by the same storm, Looks like my Weber found it's way into your yard
    Edit, I just heard the 35,000 NorthShore homes without power, some for a couple of days!

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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    Quote Originally Posted by suzook View Post
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    North shore long island here, thank god this didn't go into pool.
    Is that what woodyps' pool looks like after a party ????
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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    [QUOTE=EVChargeGuy;895910]Yeah, I'm in Huntington and we got hit by the same storm, Looks like my Weber found it's way into your yard
    Edit, I just heard the 35,000 NorthShore homes without power, some for a couple of days!

    I've got family in Oyster Bay and Lindenhurst... wonder if they had problems?
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    Re: A little supprise in the Pool this AM

    I doubt Lindenhurst, but OB was in the path of the main storm. The storm was short but wicked
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