So far we appear to have escaped another Hurricane. Our retention ponds are not yet full and we are only getting bands of heavy rain and wind. When the rain stops we will assess the properties for any damage and let everyone know. Below is a message from Randy Newby
Well, we made it through the night, which was predicted to be a tough one, but really wasn’t. I am certain that we are all thrilled that this storm is almost gone. It is currently due east of us about 90 miles off shore, so we are getting the rain bands and gusty winds, but calm compared to what could have been. This morning I viewed those pictures on TV of the Bahamas and was so thankful that our state was spared from this devastation. I drove around the Creek this morning and had to look to even find a limb down – just didn’t get any real strong wind in our community.
The Administrative Office is closed today. Greg Ruckert, our Director of Security and I are on property and will be in and out of the office as we continue to inspect our property to insure it is secure and sustained no damage. On the drive to the office I was the only car on the road. Most area businesses are closed today as are the schools and government offices.
They are forecasting this rain and gusty winds throughout the day, but late afternoon and evening it will be leaving us and life returns to normal. The weather forecast for the balance of the weeks if perfect – warm, (well, OK – HOT) and blue skies! LIFE IS GOOD!