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Maury Lewis got tired of evacuating north of I-10 every storm

From Storms like Debby. Found refuge in Beautiful Joppa.

Maury Lewis writes:
I grew up and spent 60 years of my life in this kind of weather and every time they told us to evacuate they would tell us to go North of Interstate 10 so one day my husband and I went north of I-10 all the way to Columbia, Kentucky and here we stopped.

It has actually been hotter here for the pass two weeks than it is in my home town of Pensacola, Florida. melewi --Maury Lewis
Comments re photo 45870 Kentucky Color Eye of Debby



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