Tornadoes in the Midwest
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Tornadoes in the Midwest
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My thoughts and prayers are with our Midwestern friends and family who may have been affected by the tornadoes. You have my loving support.
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Tornadoes in the Midwest

posted at 11/18/2013 3:12 PM EST
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My thoughts and prayers are with our Midwestern friends and family who may have been affected by the tornadoes. You have my loving support.

Re: Tornadoes in the Midwest

posted at 11/18/2013 4:01 PM EST
Posts: 1957
First: 12/5/2010
Last: 4/23/2014
I know nikki may live in the area
and a few more
haven't seen nikki on today
but she may be fighting the  gooies

Re: Tornadoes in the Midwest

posted at 11/18/2013 7:20 PM EST
Posts: 3406
First: 10/6/2010
Last: 4/15/2014
Not here today much as this site has been frustrating the heck out of me. 
I also had a tree come down in the back. Took out a portion of my fence so I have been trying to get some of the branches out and I have chicken wire up to keep the dogs in.  Hope that works until the fence is replaced or repaired. 
City will be having a "special" pick up of the branches but they will not take anything larger that 5 inches in diameter and no more than 6 feet in length.  So I will have the larger stuff cut and I will stack it at the back of the lot.  The neighbor has wood stacked back there and it looks like it has been there for years so I will stack this along side it. 
Now I just have to get someone in to cut it for me.  I had to get rid of the chain saws because it was too dangerous to have them with my husband wanting to use them.  Although that may have passed but I still don't want to chance it. 
So I guess my Christmas present to myself will be fence repairs and tree removal. 
But the house is un harmed, the animals are alright and we are safe.  I look at the devastation other parts of the state had and I feel very lucky. 

Re: Tornadoes in the Midwest

posted at 11/18/2013 10:57 PM EST
Posts: 1856
First: 10/8/2010
Last: 2/12/2014
We had horrible wind yesterday, but no destructive stuff.  A dead branch came down from an apple tree so hubby is cutting it up for firewood.

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