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Prayers for east Carolinas

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oldcrowkiller 10-Sep-18
MississippiBelle 10-Sep-18
monkeyball 10-Sep-18
2 bears 10-Sep-18
Andy Man 10-Sep-18
RymanCat 10-Sep-18
Lost arrow 10-Sep-18
Lowcountry 10-Sep-18
RymanCat 10-Sep-18
DarrinG 10-Sep-18
hvac tech 10-Sep-18
Lowcountry 10-Sep-18
DarrinG 10-Sep-18
Kent Alan 10-Sep-18
RymanCat 10-Sep-18
FLS 10-Sep-18
Pointer 10-Sep-18
Redheadtwo 10-Sep-18
reb 10-Sep-18
jk 10-Sep-18
Lowcountry 10-Sep-18
3Ditional 10-Sep-18
cacciatore 11-Sep-18
DaveP 11-Sep-18
Sawtooth (Original) 11-Sep-18
Bowguy 11-Sep-18
BATMAN 11-Sep-18
George Tsoukalas 12-Sep-18
Keefers 12-Sep-18
Bassman 12-Sep-18
DaveP 14-Sep-18
Wapiti - - M. S. 14-Sep-18
dr22shooter 14-Sep-18
BuzAL 14-Sep-18
wolfdog 14-Sep-18
Flyman 14-Sep-18
MStyles 14-Sep-18
YH2268 14-Sep-18
Ken Williams 14-Sep-18
swampwalker 14-Sep-18
mgmicky 14-Sep-18
Jon Stewart 14-Sep-18
Eco 14-Sep-18
Pointer 14-Sep-18
Stix 14-Sep-18
FLS 14-Sep-18
Lowcountry 14-Sep-18
offtheshelf 18-Sep-18
From: oldcrowkiller
Date: 10-Sep-18




Lowcountry, and all the folks in east Ga. SC, NC, Va. You are in my prayers, looks like Florence is going to be rough. Take care.

From: MississippiBelle
Date: 10-Sep-18




Prayers lifted up for all in it's path.

Marsha

From: monkeyball
Date: 10-Sep-18




Seems like every doggone time this year. Looking like a Cat 4 when it lands.

Prayers up for all that may have to deal with it.

Praying in PA, Craig

From: 2 bears
Date: 10-Sep-18




Stay alert for the track. Leave if you can. Hunker down with necessities if impossible to leave. >>>----> Ken

From: Andy Man
Date: 10-Sep-18




gonna hit a little below me here in VA, used to flooding ,just worry about the wind

From: RymanCat
Date: 10-Sep-18




She's a commin and so are several behind her that might develop. Here we go the ruination of many things.

Fall Hunting and fishing and property and life.

It will me life for some and death for others. How these storms really generate from Africa is wild and furious.

Lord help those in the wake of these storms. Going to drive snakes inland also so be careful.

We will feel the rain and turbulence up country as well.

From: Lost arrow
Date: 10-Sep-18




Prayers sent from WV.

From: Lowcountry
Date: 10-Sep-18




Thanks for the prayers and concerns. I'm probably boarding up and heading with family to brother-in-law's place in Asheville, NC. I'll be praying for everyone up the coast from me.

From: RymanCat
Date: 10-Sep-18




This is also going to kill the hunting for the whole east coast probably. Will bring a lot of work to some.

I have a buddy in Ashville he wants me to come down all the time. He says its awesome there he's also an adjuster like myself.

From: DarrinG
Date: 10-Sep-18

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>>>"He says its awesome there...."<<<

Yeah, if you like...

There's a reason folks from neighboring counties around Asheville call it "Ashefrisco".

From: hvac tech
Date: 10-Sep-18




Thanks my Michael lives in Raliegh he is moving very soon thought

From: Lowcountry
Date: 10-Sep-18




Asheville IS Hippy central, but they have a ton of local Breweries so it is a trade-off. lol

From: DarrinG
Date: 10-Sep-18




You want to see a show you wont soon forget...go up to Pack Square on a summer Saturday evening...:0 Tree-Hugger central.

Back to the original content...prayers for those along the coasts...you guys be safe!

From: Kent Alan
Date: 10-Sep-18




Lord Jesus Christ, please shelter those in harm's way from disaster

From: RymanCat
Date: 10-Sep-18




Looking at this on TV it might be really bad so Lord please give those the prop or wisdom to protect their family's from this storm and any others to come.

Up north in Pa. and NJ we are going tom get the rain when we don't need anymore either. Its got all my hunting spots flooded all already without this storm. At least its going to put more water in places to duck hunt also.

Work is going to be extreme this little bit of rain past couple weeks has things moving without big storms.

A lot of things to think about and pray about.

My hope is in the areas of direct hits that any of you guys don't take chances. I took a lot when I was younger that were scary enough. I will never take those again its just not worth it.

Trying to save boats in hurricanes and big storms I look back and wonder just how I survived them. Only by the grace of God. Show your grace on those in harms way please Lord. Out fishing in 22 foot swells and then the rogue comes along. OMG look out hold on when you were already tied to a tether in case you when over.

From: FLS
Date: 10-Sep-18




Ive lived on the SC coast most of my life. It ain't my first hurricane and won't be my last. I've got a big generator and I'm well stocked. Unfortunately lots of folks aren't. Flooding is our biggest issue after that is the cleanup. It took a month to get power in some places last time. It took almost a year to clean up after Matthew. Two small towns near me were wiped out and thill haven't recovered. They're just far enough from the tourist hotspots to be overlooked. The hunting will be off the hook for the next few days. Deer will be feeding like crazy prior to the storm. It will suck for several weeks afterwards. Storm will knock down most of the acorns and they won't have to move much. SCDNR closed the season for a couple of weeks after Matthew. Deer were forced to high ground and easy pickings for the opportunists.

From: Pointer
Date: 10-Sep-18




Praying for al our brothers in the Carolinas..stay safe

From: Redheadtwo
Date: 10-Sep-18




I am blessed to live in the upstate of SC. I have a "daughter" (my middle daughter's college roommate) that lives next to Myrtle Beach and there's cousins that live in Florence and Sumter. When Hugo came through a tornado came down one mile from our house and tore stuff up for around a mile. The experts told that if Hugo didn't veer NW out of Columbia the Greenville area would have had major damage. Storms that hit the Charlotte area were bad enough to tear roofs off of houses. A lot of people I know think Florence is going to be another Hugo.

From: reb
Date: 10-Sep-18




Prayers sent.

From: jk
Date: 10-Sep-18




Get out if you're caring for anybody but yourself.

From: Lowcountry
Date: 10-Sep-18




Yeah, Hugo tore up Charleston, Columbia, Charlotte, and path between all three. This one is being compared to Hugo a lot. Myrtle Beach to Wilmington is looking bad.

From: 3Ditional
Date: 10-Sep-18




Prayers sent for all those in Florence's path. Also for those of us here who's about to deal with Olivia.

From: cacciatore Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Sep-18




I hope that Florence will loose some of its strength. Be safe

From: DaveP
Date: 11-Sep-18




Prayers and best wishes to all that are in Florence's path.

DaveP

From: Sawtooth (Original) Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 11-Sep-18




Prayers for y’all. It looks to be a rough one. We have crews by the hundreds standing by just waiting on the call.

From: Bowguy Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 11-Sep-18




Prayers sent

From: BATMAN
Date: 11-Sep-18




PRAYERS UP! Head for Higher Ground!

From: George Tsoukalas
Date: 12-Sep-18




Prayers sent. George

From: Keefers
Date: 12-Sep-18




Prayers for everyone in the path and that it will weaken !

From: Bassman Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 12-Sep-18




I have a lot of retired friends that live their now.Prayers to all.

From: DaveP
Date: 14-Sep-18




Prayers sent from Buffalo,NY...DaveP

From: Wapiti - - M. S. Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Sep-18




Praying for all in harms way.

From: dr22shooter
Date: 14-Sep-18




prayers from Arkansas dr

From: BuzAL
Date: 14-Sep-18




Got two ex-SILs that live a half-mile from the sound in single-wides surrounded by huge pines. But they figured they were gonna be okay.

You know where dumbasses living in single-wide trailers go for shelter? To the double-wide across the street.

From: wolfdog
Date: 14-Sep-18




Prayers to everyone in it's path

From: Flyman
Date: 14-Sep-18




Prayers from NY

From: MStyles
Date: 14-Sep-18




And from Illinois.

From: YH2268 Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Sep-18




I have a granddaughter who lives just east of Marine Air Station at Cherry Pt near the Neuse river and works in New Bern NC. She left Wednesday morning, with her dog and cat, and arrived back home here in Ohio Wednesday night. I'm certain that there will be significant damage to the homes in that area. Don't know when she is planning on making the trip back to NC. Praying for all who are weathering the storm.

From: Ken Williams
Date: 14-Sep-18




Prayers sent. I live in southwest Va. and we are getting some small showers and a gusty breeze already. Weatherman says 6-8 inches of rain here before Tuesday. I pray not.

From: swampwalker
Date: 14-Sep-18




Blanket prayers for the east coast.

From: mgmicky
Date: 14-Sep-18




They’re calling for up to 11” of rain here in Charlotte, which is 4 hours inland. Can only imagine what the folks at the coast are facing...

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 14-Sep-18




My sister is one of the 911 dispatchers on the coast in S.C. She is right on the ocean. We haven't heard anything bad so we hope she is OK.

From: Eco
Date: 14-Sep-18




Prayers from Oklahoma

From: Pointer
Date: 14-Sep-18




sent from NY

From: Stix
Date: 14-Sep-18




Prayer. Already said in Colorado. I have family north of Wilmington and I've been keeping tabs on things.

From: FLS
Date: 14-Sep-18




Damage is north of Wilmington. New Bern and Moorhead City got hammered. It's down to a tropical storm now. It moving really slow and pouring rain. Flooding will be the issue now. The Lumber, Pee Dee and Wacamaw are supposed to hit record flood levels. May be worse than Matthew, which was pretty damn bad.

From: Lowcountry
Date: 14-Sep-18




How are you making out Lee?

From: offtheshelf
Date: 18-Sep-18




Prayers for all those affected.





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