Here in Boca we lucked out and escaped the wrath of Charley. Good wishes for a rapid recovery to our neighbors that were not quite so fortunate.
This time it's looking like Frances has her eye on us and is headed straight for our east coast. Still over 700 miles away and already a category 4, she is growing and getting stronger out there in the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Charley did his share of damage but this girl with her 30 mile eye, looks capable of causing much more havoc than he ever thought of.
I stopped by the grocery store after work, it was so crowded that I had o follow someone to their car and wait for them to unload their groceries just to get a cart.
Photos below show what the shelves looked like especially water, bread, milk batteries, etc. Oh, I saw 2 women fighting over the same can of soup. Hey, there is still plenty to go around, no one is going to starve I don't think fighting over canned goods is going to help (geeze).
Home Depot has all of it's plywood flying out the door at the speed of light, I think everyone's sensors are just heightened because we still have not recovered from Charley.
Gotta run for now, will keep you updated. It's sure to be an eventful couple of day's.
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