Captain Todd Approves
NSB Photog wrote: »
I'm starting to get the hang of it...
“Everyone behaves badly--given the chance.”
― Ernest Hemingway
Heatwave wrote: »
The reason I added the 125$ widow A/C unit to the Hurricane Prepare kit 10 years ago. Still have not used it, other than to run it for a day every couple years to make sure it runs good, then, back into the attic. Peace of mind knowing I can sleep when time comes is worth it.
Soda Popinski wrote: »
This season really taught me how unprepared I was to be without power. I had access to enough ice that a generator wasn't 100% necessary but once i got one i was very happy to have it. The list is going to be two of those honda suitcase generators that run super quiet, and a room air conditioner, whether it's a window unit or one with the flex running to a window, but i won't go into another hurrican season without those two items again.
I could handle everything, but not having air was a deal breaker.
What i'd like to do, and i mentioned this to the MRs was to get an RV. park that bad boy in the driveway and live out of it while the power is out.
micci_man wrote: »
Just buy a generator that will run your house of parts at a time. Cheaper than a RV.
Rare wrote: »
Finally got power yesterday after 8PM. I'm off of Douglas Road/ near Miracle Mile. Our family went 2 weeks without power with Andrew... I knew what was to come after the power went out. In Gables, they held a meeting last Thursday on talks about suing FPL. Pinecrest was on the same track as well. South Miami residents have started class action lawsuit against FPL.
conchydong wrote: »
Why would the Gables and other wealthy neighborhoods feel that they should have power before others? A lot of people are still without power. Just saying.
mindyabiness wrote: »
Is that a transformer missing? Where did it go?