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Thanks for the picture - absolutely beautiful! So glad to hear from someone who has recovered well & quickly.
¡Bueno suerte con todo!


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Glad you are ok. Will you want to continue living there? We survived Hurricane Irma here in Central Florida. I can't imagine being on an island during a hurricane.
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Actually, after 46 Alaskan winters, I was ready for something warmer. Where we are, it NEVER goes over 90. Usually closer to 85. In the winter, it gets down to the mid 60s. Nothing like the Southwest or Texas. They got snow!!!
What category 5 hurricane?
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Hi @RDWest  Looking good!

 

Question: did your bodies warp from the extreme change of climate? Smiley Happy

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LooknOutMyBackDoor.jpgLooking Out My Back DoorI retired to PR eight years ago, from Alaska.  We live on the south side of the island, away from San Juan.  Yes, we were hammered hard by Maria. We were without basic services for over 6 weeks.  Some folks are still without.  That said, I would much rather 'tough it out' here than on the mainland.  Two months in and everything is turning green again.  The cleanup and restoration of services continues.  I understand some folks could not wait for services to return so they had to leave.  We totally get that.  The photo is one I took before the storm, looking off our back deck. Anyone is welcome to share it anywhere you like.  Bob

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