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Storm Yesterday


Did Greens Lake get hit with yesterday's storm?



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Absolutely! Not a pleasant event. A awning damaged next to me on a unattended van. Another neighbor and myself packed it up before the worst of the storm hit. Dam, missed happy hour.

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Happy Hour got cancelled as well Rusty cryfurious Does that answer your question confuseconfuse

Not only one storm but one hour later a second biggy hit, twice as hard. All good at sites 1e and 2e Lakeside Drive smile



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Always good news when everyone is ok.


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Dougwe wrote:

Happy Hour got cancelled as well Rusty cryfurious Does that answer your question confuseconfuse

Not only one storm but one hour later a second biggy hit, twice as hard. All good at sites 1e and 2e Lakeside Drive smile


 

Good to hear you are safe. Did you bring your awning in? Or, was your tie-down setup good enough to protect the awning?



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Rope City remained rope city mate. It should be called 'strap' city now as most ropes are now buckle straps.

The storms hit that quick it was safer to leave out than try and roll up during.

You wouldn't even know storms hit as we speak cos the sun is shining, lake is like a mirror and birds cherping. All good here at 'the' lake.

OH! The Palican security were on patrol earlier too so we are safe now.

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Dougwe wrote:

Rope City remained rope city mate. It should be called 'strap' city now as most ropes are now buckle straps.

The storms hit that quick it was safer to leave out than try and roll up during.

You wouldn't even know storms hit as we speak cos the sun is shining, lake is like a mirror and birds cherping. All good here at 'the' lake.

OH! The Palican security were on patrol earlier too so we are safe now.


Next time I am up there I will need to check out you system more closely.  I will need to follow your lead.



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Yes, l certainly have learned a trick or two looking at 1&2e lakeside drive!.

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STRETCH ARMSTRONG wrote:

Yes, l certainly have learned a trick or two looking at 1&2e lakeside drive!.


Yep...Sites 1,2 & 3 East can be the happiest hours, days, weeks & months at the Lake. smile



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Glad to see there was no main damage, to everyone, apart from one unattended van annex

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