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Re: [KnotTyers] Sandy

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  • Charles Gallo
    If you look, I sent that email 2weeks ago, I guess it just got approved. Power came on that night, so was without power 6 days
    Message 1 of 8 , Nov 19, 2012
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      If you look, I sent that email 2weeks ago, I guess it just got approved. Power came on that night, so was without power 6 days

      On Nov 18, 2012, at 9:56 PM, Ken Gray <kenegray@...> wrote:

      > SWEET FANCY MOSES!!!! hang in there man! when do they think power is
      > getting back on?
      >
      >
      > On Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 3:28 PM, Charles Gallo <Charlie@...> wrote:
      >
      >> **
      >>
      >>
      >> Here in NE Queens, I still have no power, and gas is in short supply. Used
      >> some knots when doing some tree clean up
      >>
      >> On Nov 4, 2012, at 4:20 PM, "ThreeLees1" <threelees1@...> wrote:
      >>
      >>> I hope and pray that my knottying friends made it through Sandy
      >> unscathed.
      >>>
      >>> I ask that all my friends who live in in the danger zones post on here
      >> to let all of us know that they are ok.
      >>>
      >>> I got lucky. The container I work from got pretty messed up. The water
      >> moved it about 300 feet, but it tumbled 300 feet, not floated. I lost some
      >> tools, a heater and small generator and some radios. I had quite a bit of
      >> rope in there. It got wet and stained, but it is still usable. It would get
      >> wet and stained during its first use in any event.
      >>> The wallboard and paneling are, obviously, shot.
      >>>
      >>> I had many friends who lived in Breezy Point, and several were wiped out
      >> by that huge fire. Everybody I knew there sustained significant damage. My
      >> friends in Gerritsen Beach and Sheepshead Bay (both Brooklyn, NY) too. I
      >> can't count the number of friends boats that were destroyed. The lines I
      >> made up for people all held. Unfortunately, the docks to which the boats
      >> were tied were destroyed or were lifted over the height of the pilings, and
      >> many docks and fingers floated away. Boats stored on land floated off their
      >> blocks and were destroyed.
      >>>
      >>> All the above are things... property. No loss of life, thank God, and
      >> very few injuries, none serious.
      >>>
      >>> So, the need for people to check in at a central point.
      >>>
      >>> Regards,
      >>>
      >>> Walter Seltzer
      >>>
      >>>
      >>>
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      >>>
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