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Old 07-06-2014, 06:34 PM   #1
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the wrath of Arthur

well....the storm has passed and the clean up begins.
tons of trees down and still over 100,000 homes without power.
here is a video of some of the damage at a popular
campground outside of fredericton, nb.

https://www.telegraphjournal.com/tel...allows-rvs-car
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Old 07-07-2014, 06:08 AM   #2
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Theresa, the link you provided wants to charge me .99 for a trial subscription.

I hope your home or property didn't suffer any damage. That is a beautiful area. I once "camped" in a tent for nearly a month in Gagetown near Fredrickton. My Army Unit (U.S.) augmented the Canadian Army there in the early '90's. My memories include hidden forest lakes with more moose than I've seen anywhere. I saw it all from a Huey helicopter. I hope the locals that treated us so well recover from Andrew quickly. I hope to visit the area again someday. I told my wife about the lobster we ate in town, so she's all in!

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Old 07-07-2014, 07:17 AM   #3
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hi tom--thanks for the heads-up. i don't know why it wants to charge you but i will post another link.
and it is a beautiful area. our property near miramichi didn't fare quite so well. it is presently under 3 feet of water.
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https://ca.news.yahoo.com/photos/gro...154228454.html

try this link
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That link worked fine. Yikes!! I'm sorry about your property. When I think of hurricanes, I don't think about them traveling that far north. It's obvious they do. I hope you, your friends and family all recover quickly.

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When I think of hurricanes, I don't think about them traveling that far north. It's obvious they do.
They can when they follow the Atlantic coast. Atypical was Hurricane Hazel, that hit Toronto back in 1954.
Hurricane Hazel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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