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Discussion in 'Road Side Pub' started by Blk04L, Aug 29, 2019.
The jeep survived and was towed off this morning. Front bumper and driver window didn't fair so well
Is this the one that was halfway into the water? Kiss that one goodbye.
We're going to be getting some of the remnants tonight into tomorrow afternoon.
Started to get a little windy and the rains will be coming overnight.
Next Stop.......Nova Scotia!!
I take back what I said about my Truck being Ford Tuff. I have no power windows front or back nor the sliding glass in rear window. I'll have to start troubleshooting that tomorrow. If I can't figure it out, it's only got 5K miles on it.
Be the first thing I check in the morning.
Yep going straight towards my wife's parents. Now they know how we live!
Your wife is from Nova Scotia/middle earth
No she's from Ontario. Her parents recently retired and moved there.
5k miles sounds like it should be the dealerships problem
If it wasn't the fuse or something simple it would be. But the darndest thing happened. I got back in my truck and headed home about 10pm and everything worked perfectly. I'll take it but I'll also keep an eye on it.
Did you have a recent windshield replacement?
Na, nothing at all. Truck is brand new mostly.
Hit us here lastnight in nova scotia, we got a bit of rain with high winds. Power will probably be out for a few days, about 367000 (accounted for) without power this morning. Some older buildings lost their roofs, fires from down lines etc. Its the worst I can remember in a long time.
Wow..I thought it was gonna fizzle out after us.
Dorian just didn't want to die.
Watch it rebuild and make a second pass.
It's unreal how much damage that storm has caused over such a huge area
We are a bit closer to the coast than Mystic. I'm about 12-14 miles inland. A few streets off the creek.
Had a relatively unscathed situation. Just went 44 hours without power which sucked
I'm about a mile from the beach, but ~30 feet above sea level. We luckily don't have to deal with much flooding.