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Wanderer

I hope you fellow East Central guys faired the storm well. I've seen and heard of all levels of damage done in the area.

We were lucky at our house and only lost maybe 10 large branches. I was over at my Mother's getting a tree out of her drive way and straightening another. We still have several full trees to take care of there but thankfully no damage to either house. Her neighbor wasn't quite as lucky.

Lot's of chainsaws buzzing tonight.

Man, this summer is taking a toll on everyone it seems. Good luck out there.

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Archerysniper

Yeah I hope everyone fared well, me I had 8 trees down the most damage was to my picket fence and pasture fence but that was nothing that a couple hours and a chains too clean up and start rebuilding.

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Lots of branches down and the neighbors tree fell on my shed.

Shed is going to be a total loss.

I did not like it anyway, get to rebuild it the way I want it now!

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bucketmouth64

Saw a lot of trees down along Cty.10 heading SW towards Hwy. 47. Hope the farmers corn crop didn't get too damaged seeing that they are leaning the direction the wind came from.

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The potatoes were exposed by the Green Barn. They should be fine but it raised my eyebrows a bit. The Rum is HIGH - like spring time high. We have a tubing party this Saturday but I don't think the run will take the normal 4 hours. I usually float with but in the boat and fish but this weekend will be worthless for fishing the river.

Several people in my area haven't started clearing their downfall yet but we're about done. We'll finish my Mom's on Sunday and my good neighbor friend has a tree clearing party scheduled for two weeks out. I hope he starts his smoker in the morning before the chainsaw. grin

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