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Old 09-17-2017, 02:51 PM
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Default Irma wern't to bad to the club!

Had to saw my way in but all in all it wasn't so bad. Didn't loose any stands, feeders or cameras. Campers still there. A little road and shooting lane clearing and everything is back to normal. How did everybody else fair? Good I hope!
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Same here,cut a few white oaks up that fell in camp,we got lucky ,had a big one fall right beside our fire barrel,cut it and pitch it in the fire, don't get much easier than that.
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Old 09-17-2017, 03:11 PM
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2 tower stands blown down unprotected on hill tops. One tripod blown over. Camp was un damaged
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Sorry to see that! Still got time before gun season for repair.
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2 tower stands blown down unprotected on hill tops. One tripod blown over. Camp was un damaged
Aw man ! that sucks, hate to see that ! Hopefully it won't take to much to get it back sturdy and solid ,,


We were lucky in the Eastern part of Oglethorpe county, couple of half dead trees fell blocking a road or two, other than that we escaped any damage.
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Our acorns and persimmons held on very well

Have not toured entire club but did not see but a few damaged trees.

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