Definitely worse places to be stuck. Up here in Richmond, I have to say it was anticlimactic. A bunch of wind, a bunch of rain, and lots of twigs and branches down in the yard. Power went out for 24 hours, but we've go it back now. I'm actually out in the far west end of Henrico. Closer in to downtown, some big trees came down on Monument Ave., and apparently lots of trees are down on southside. But other than a lot of people without power (who are quickly getting restored), that's pretty much it. I think the OBX and the DelMarVa peninsula got it way worse than we did here west of Richmond.I haven't checked my boat yet, but I'm assuming it's ok. I'll go up there next weekend.
Not that bad on the Upper Ches. part of Delmarva. Some trees down. Power out for 40 hours here. Closed the shellfish fishery for a week because of all the runoff. Flooding in a few towns. Did see a few boats in marinas with the usual shredded jibs.
Sorry Steve, I borrowed your post title. It was what came to my mind first as well.
Baydog,I noticed that. My lawyers are discussing. I hope you are willing to make a generous settlement. Really, it would be the best for us all.steve
MaryLou,glad you guys did ok. Could have been much worse. See you in late November.steve
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