Post pics of hurricane damage

Discussion in 'General Chicken Discussion' started by earlyt89, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. earlyt89

    earlyt89 New Member

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    I'd anyone get any damage from hurricane Isaac? I hope not but here's a thread to post pictures and a little info on your experience.

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    This is my wife's truck. Big limb fell on it
     

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  2. rob

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    thats not gonna polish out. glad we dont get them over here
     

  3. earlyt89

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    I gotta replace the hood. And find paint to match. Grrrrrr
     
  4. cogburn

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    Damn the luck !! Well it could've been worse man.. Gotta be thankful ! Is it bout over where you are?
     
  5. earlyt89

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    Yea, it's goin to be cloudy for a few days. Windy as hell. Little sprinkling. But it's mostly over
     
  6. Energyvet

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    Call the insurance company. That's why you have Insurance.
     
  7. earlyt89

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    I can get the hood cheaper than my deductible
     
  8. Energyvet

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    You have it already figured out. Good for you. Good luck with the paint search.
     
  9. earlyt89

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    Thank u. Can't believe no one else posted pics
     
  10. cogburn

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    Had some wind today, and the bands of clouds, so far no rain.. Sure need it. Here @ Lake Fork Tx..
     
  11. earlyt89

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    I saw the drought out there on the news. They said if you fly in a plane over Texas right now the whole state is brown instead of green
     
  12. BigECart

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    The first picture was from Tuesday, water was up a foot or so above normal. The second was at the height of the storm surge, 9.5' above sea level. Our surge in Katrina was over 24' above sea level.
     

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  13. earlyt89

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    WOW!!!!! I would have hated to see Katrina. That's alot of water!!!
     
  14. BigECart

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    I would also have hated to have seen Katrina or I wouldn't be here now! Evacuated to Hattiesburg. The rebuilt house is the first time I have felt comfortable staying for a storm.
     
  15. Energyvet

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    Got a paddle boat? Go for a little ride, Just for fun.