All I can say is what a mess the next hurricane could create, and praying everyone in the path stays safe.
In the meantime, I need to restock on food and I hope that the grocery stores are back to normal. The gas stations have had a lot of covers over the pump. No gas.
The USS Kearsarge and USS Oak Hill, which were headed to provide relief in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, are staying off the east coast of southern Florida for the next few days — out of the path of Irma — awaiting a decision as to whether they will they proceed to Texas or be ready to help with Irma, according to a military official.Ryder also told CNN that Air Force search and rescue teams that were assisting in Texas have “returned to their home stations to recover and prepare for a potential response to Hurricane Irma.” http://www.cnn.com/…/key-west-navy-evacuation-hu…/index.html
Prayers go out to all that face the wrath of Hurricane Irma.
I was in HEB in Waco yesterday and they are limiting bottled water sales, not surprising. But the egg cooler was almost empty. I thought that was odd, but I suppose eggs would be in high demand. We really should try to spread these storms out a little and not have them all at once. I will try to be working on that.
Work harder!! I’m hoping we’ve got more food in than the last time I went to the store on Friday. I don’t need gas yet, but I might top off the tank if I see someone has gas! This latest hurricane is so iffy, I keep hoping it doesn’t hit anyone, but the way the weatherman is pushing for it to hit Florida, makes us a little lax, I think. Maybe it will go that way, but then they keep saying, but they don’t know for sure.
Our prayers and thoughts to everyone in Texas and now Florida. Someone must have really pissed off Mother Natures. Just a joke.
I agree!! I hope everyone makes it through this new hurricane and that Tropical Storm Jose has a quick demise.
What are gas prices there at the stations that do have gas
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$2.39. I just filled up. 🙂