Title: Re: [MOL] Tropical Storm Warning and Hurricane
It sounds like a real menagerie. I am glad I
don't have so many animals. I now have four more than I had a week
ago. My little cat that came to me when I had my surgery just became
a momma. She had four little kittens that are now almost a week old.
She has them hidden in a closet, but in a week or so we will bring
them out to socialize with humans.
I will keep you in my prayers.
Bye MOLERS the way, I just put together a letter
to my sister that tells her of many gateway sites and literature
sites on the internet. If any of you are interested, I will send it
on to you. There is a lot of literature on the net if you are
Liz: We are
securing our animals, our two daughters animals; etc. This
makes a total of nine animals to be accountable for. Excuse me
11 with three of them being goats! Now, you figure how this
will all work out. LOL! Mixing goats, cats, and dogs,
good gracious, it sounds like we live on a farm. It is said the
storm will not hit us; but the effects of the storm will, with very
high winds. We have a generator and are in the process of
letting the tenants in our trailers to be prepared to move out; as
they are so unsafe. They will be the hardest to get to leave,
for some reason even though they live in the least safest place they
are hard to get to move. Go figure. Take care and pray
for all of us on the coast line. Your friend,
Subject: Re: [MOL] Tropical Storm Warning and
I take it you are right in the path of this tropical
storm. I suppose you know how to batten down the hatches and cope,
but I don't envy you the need to do so. We never have any storms that
do the kind of damage Hurricanes do. I hope you will be safe and that
the storm passes you without causing any damage.
Sunday, August 29, 1999
The National Hurricane Center in Miami
has issued Tropical Storm Warning and Hurricane watch for Beaufort
County. Later today tropical force winds (winds exceeding 39 mph) may
effect Beaufort County. Residents should remove articles from their
yards which may become flying debris and capable of damaging property
and causing injury. Downed power lines may be a problem later today
and caution should be taken to stay away from any lines. Residents
are asked to report any downed lines to the power
Visitor and residents should be aware
of the effect of tropical storm winds on large vehicles such as
recreational vehicles and camper trailers. Beach erosion may occur
and dangerous rip currents are present. Residents and visitors are
encouraged to stay out of the ocean today.
The Beaufort County Emergency
Operations Center and the Town of Hilton Head Emergency Operations
Center will be open throughout the day.