After the Storm — 1st Day of Fall   1 comment

With Florance creating havoc on the east coast, I thought I would share a posting from ten years ago when Hurrican Ike hit Galveston moving straight over Houston and The Woodlands, Texas when we lived at the time. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

First Day of Fall In The Woodlands

The most common expression heard in The Woodlands is, “Things are starting to get back to normal.”  Whatever that is?

Other than being a little warmer and more humid, the weather continues to be great, which really helps in the clean-up.  Compared to southern Harris County and the coastal counties, we are doing great. In Harris County, about 1.49 million customers will have had electricity restored as of 5 a.m. Monday.  Of the 2.26 million CenterPoint Energy customers, 767,000, or about 34 percent, are still without power, according to the company.  Galveston is still a dangerous place to be. Fuel and other essentials remained scarce, and police will indefinitely enforce a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew once the island reopens Wednesday. Parts of Conroe are still without power and will be until September 29th.  Beaumont will not have all its power back…

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Posted September 15, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

One response to “After the Storm — 1st Day of Fall

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  1. As devastating as these storms are, it’s amazing when people lace up their boots and help each other out. I’m a Jersey Shore boy and I was amazed how we cleaned up after Super Storm Sandy and just made it all happen. Best wishes to all in harms way..

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