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Old 08-24-2011, 04:16 PM   #1
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Sitting outside the camper at Delaware Seashore State Park as I type this. Word is some lady named Irene is in the way. Now to figure out when will be the best time to leave. At this point it's looking like Fri night after dinner, Sat morning could be a little hairy!
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Sitting outside the camper at Delaware Seashore State Park as I type this. Word is some lady named Irene is in the way. Now to figure out when will be the best time to leave. At this point it's looking like Fri night after dinner, Sat morning could be a little hairy!
I live in Fl. and if you don't leave 48 hours prior , you risk being caught in gridlock traffic when the storm hits. I don't want to be there. You have more choices than most. Don't hesitate.
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Old 08-26-2011, 09:31 AM   #3
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So left Thurs night about 5:30 pm. No bad traffic and home on four hours. The park is closing as of 3 pm today (Fri), with a mandatory evacuation.
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