My Fisher museum could be destroyed by Irma

Discussion in 'Fisher' started by RS Steve, Sep 5, 2017.

  1. Tom B

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    Hey Manny,
    with all that gear that probably have in a TV studio, they probably wouldn't have noticed if you snuck in your CR-2020, and Yammie Speakers
     
  2. KingBubba

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    Right now Irma is stalled just North of Cuba and that means she is going to gather up more steam before her move North. I'm in the shelter waiting it out. Good luck out there Floridians.
     
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  3. Champco

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    If the monitor goes out it is just as likely to be the internet connection as the monitor. Good luck to you
    Playing A Clockwork Orange Album. Dramatic changes. Know the feeling???
     
  4. MannyE

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    So far we still have power. I'm hoping the museum is still dry at least!
     
  5. RS Steve

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    No problems except over 25 of my avocados have fell, luckily I was able to pick them up and bring them inside. I'm glad mango season ended already, there would be 100's of those all over otherwise.
     
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  6. fred soop

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    The TV studio may have power along with backup power, but is anyone watching? All the viewers power will be off.
     
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    I'm in California watching florida local news, should I mention times have changed?
     
  8. faber12

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    Hang in there Steve, hopefully the worst thing that happens to you is that a few avocados spoil before you can eat them all. :)
     
  9. Artie

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    I hope everyone is ok. We're buckling down now, waiting our turn. :(
     
  10. RS Steve

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    All good here, Avery's made sure that Irma didn't damage the museum. Lots of work ahead today though.
     
  11. larryderouin

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    I'll help ya eat them, Steve.:D Not too keen on Mango's tho. Too stringy.
     
  12. Dave451

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    Great to hear it, Steve! All the best.
     
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  13. N8Nagel

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    Glad to hear you're OK!
     
  14. RS Steve

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    Larry, I have Haden mango's, they are one of the best with no strings attached like eating a necterine. I also have Irwin's, they can get the size of a small football, not quite as good as the Haden though.
     
  15. eduarsan1

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    Thanks God you're fine.
     
  16. highvoltage_

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    Time for a big batch of guacamole! Glad you're safe.
     
  17. AlTinkster92

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    Glad things turned out ok Steve! Glad your safe and also the gear! AL
     
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  18. RS Steve

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    Power is back on, looking forward to a good night sleep.
     
  19. restorer-john

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    Glad you are safe.

    There's 6.5 million without power. The infrastructure rebuild will be a massive task but we know you guys are up for it.

    Take care over there.
     
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    Steve;
    Glad that you have survived and your house is intact. Now the process of putting everything back to normal can begin. It is a slow process, but you will make it OK.
    Joe
     

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