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OfflineMad_Hatter2004
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Hows West and Southwest florida......floodwise
    #3026643 - 08/20/04 02:03 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

As the header asks.Is it floded out there still?


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Re: Hows West and Southwest florida......floodwise [Re: Mad_Hatter2004]
    #3027449 - 08/20/04 08:38 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

hey, did you ever walk the appalachian trail some years ago?? my mom and bro live in florida, they say it's pretty trashed.


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Re: Hows West and Southwest florida......floodwise [Re: uki]
    #3028208 - 08/20/04 01:01 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

Not in Florida I haven't,but in Connecticut I have!Really cool if someone had the determination and energy and time to walk from the north to the south on the App!

Yes I live in Florida.West central to be exact....just south of Clearwater Beach.....no flooding in my parts (anymore).Just wondering on how Hardee county is doing with the flooding?


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Re: Hows West and Southwest florida......floodwise [Re: Mad_Hatter2004]
    #3028553 - 08/20/04 02:57 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

Hello-- Whats up?

I live in Clearwater currently, but I also live in Tampa during the semester. What do you do in Clearwater? I know the beach is all-right. But I don't really like the beach because it is really tourist oriented. There were cops out there during the storm-- not much bad weather up here. Not even rain. (Not much.)

Wish I had some cool spots for fungus hunting. John Chestnut Park had some interesting Enoki-type little tiny white fungus and some other ones like that. They were growing right up out of the shell/rock pathway.

There's just too much surveillance going on around here. I'm getting nauseus.


God bless everyone today


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