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Old 10-02-03, 06:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hurricane Aftermath!!

Well as most of you probably know Nova Scotia was hit pretty hard last sunday by a force one hurricane. Leaving people without power even now....
We were some of the lucky ones and got ours back tuesday afternoon....Thank god!

Yesterday we went out to get a couple of shots of the damage...some of the stuff is just unreal.

Hopefully things will be back to normal soon. Though we're expecting a tropical storm to hit in the next few days.
Wish us luck!!


This is what use to be a billboard...hard to believe what a little wind can do.

Nice parking!

Poor ol' deli.

What a mess.
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Old 10-02-03, 06:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Pretty unreal !!

Hope you guys are ok !
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Wow crazy, I was there just this summer. I have a bunch of family in Lunenburg but luckily their house didnt take any hits.
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Yikes! That really sucks, hopefully everything will be back to normal soon for everyone there.
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It was nuts....Downtown Halifax and the water front looks like a war zone. I heard there were sustained winds of 120 kph.
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That's insane... wow, and only a force one. Imagine what a category 3 would be like. I'm sure some of our peeps here from Florida have probably experienced that at one time or another....
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Dang! i love hurricanes alot, i like weather alot but i dont like the aftermath and people die in natural disastores but i will always love weather... i have been wanting to go in a hurricane call me crazy but i think its cool
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WOW, that must of been really powerful.

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Wow... knew you guys were getting hit by the end of it but had no idea it was so bad!
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Wow, that's amazing. I lived in Miami when Hurricane Andrew smacked into's just so weird to see how fragile everything we've built around us actually is.
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Old 10-03-03, 06:52 AM   #11 (permalink)
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The worse part is...these pictures were taken in Dartmouth....I've heard halifax was hit much worse. (Apartments collapsed, ships sunk and the Halifax waterfront is distroyed.)

My heart goes out to the families of victims that died from this hurricane. An abulance driver died when a tree fell on top of his abulance. And a mother and her two children died in a fire caused by lit candles.
Rest in piece.

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