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Old 10 January 2006, 00:49   #1
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well we've had 1 dry day in over a month here. combine that with 10+ tides several times this month and this is what you get. this is my moms place. the water surrounds the house and is 12 inches deep in the garage but no water in the living area. house was built in 1912 so i guess it's seen worse.

we just sit and drink coffee on the deck and watch the tide come in.

this skunk was just swimming around the house and finally sat on the deck til the tide went out. river living i guess

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Old 10 January 2006, 08:29   #2
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Damn, but that looks a mighty fine place to live. It's historically been us that lived under umberellas, but now, we have almost drought conditions in the South. The Spanish have almost run out of water in certain places, and there you are drowning in the stuff!
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