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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Hurricane Update

Just when we thought everyone dodged the hurricane bullet, we find out that Mom's house it totally destroyed. She said that a tree fell down the length, collapsing the roof, and filling it with water. She and Tim are going to spend some time in Minnesota with Beth and Aaron, since they won't be able to get back into Lake Charles for a couple of weeks.

Luckily the Campfire Ln. house was untouched, and hopefully it'll sell once the city gets back on track.

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