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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by bs_texas
    You know, I was just thinking, his profile lists his location as Republic of Texas. I wonder if he was down south and was affected by that Ike hurricane?
    Yes he does, and was...
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    I lost power for two weeks from Gustav, so I can assume he would have about the same issues from Ike. The class was not high enough to cause mass flooding (like Katrina) on my end, but it did knock down many trees, power lines, and all 14 major transmission lines.

    I'm moving NW next year - most likely Portland, OR. I don't think I'm going to miss hurricanes at all...
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    Quote Originally Posted by trilarian
    I'm moving NW next year - most likely Portland, OR. I don't think I'm going to miss hurricanes at all...
    Nice, we are looking to move to Portland within the next year as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trilarian
    I lost power for two weeks from Gustav, so I can assume he would have about the same issues from Ike. The class was not high enough to cause mass flooding (like Katrina) on my end, but it did knock down many trees, power lines, and all 14 major transmission lines.

    I'm moving NW next year - most likely Portland, OR. I don't think I'm going to miss hurricanes at all...
    Will you miss sunshine though?
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    Originally Posted by psych-major
    No, he got married only once...he lives in Texas, not Utah!
    Yes I know this, I was meaning two or three months ago that he got married. Who in there right mind would want to be married to more than one woman at a time any way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrrangerman43
    Yes I know this, I was meaning two or three months ago that he got married. Who in there right mind would want to be married to more than one woman at a time any way?
    "...in their right mind" you hit it in the head there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by psych-major
    No, he got married only once...he lives in Texas, not Utah!
    Zing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannybunkins
    Zing!
    HAHA, I actually didn;t know you lived in Utah.

    Where is Utah Valley?
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    It's in Utah ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayMan8081
    Nice, we are looking to move to Portland within the next year as well.
    I just came back from Portland from a week trip. Did the general area too - Seattle, Washington State Park, etc. Its a very beautiful area... Here are some shots to tease you with...















    Quote Originally Posted by psych-major
    Will you miss sunshine though?
    I actually enjoy the overcast days here more than the direct sun... Not to mention, Portland really isn't as bad as say Seattle. The position of the town with Mt. Hood and Mt. Saint Helens makes for a mild climate in comparison to the surrounding areas. During my 9 day stay, only 2 days were overcast. Additionally, I'd much rather snow than 100+ degree weather - area seems perfect for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by E1PHOTON
    It's in Utah ;-)
    bah...lucky guess...
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    Quote Originally Posted by psych-major
    HAHA, I actually didn;t know you lived in Utah.

    Where is Utah Valley?
    it is just south of salt lake city.

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    Hey.... what happened to my - Where's je_fro thread??!?!?

    Ya bunch-o-threadnabbers!!

    (oh, nice photos... but I don't see je_fro in any of 'em!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bs_texas
    You know, I was just thinking, his profile lists his location as Republic of Texas. I wonder if he was down south and was affected by that Ike hurricane?
    Well, he goes/went to, the University of Houston, and Houston was either a mandatory evacuation location or a very strongly recommended evacuate from location... I haven't been on IRC recently, so my money is on he had to bug out, and is somewhere where he doesn't have the time/ability to moderate here for a little while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trilarian
    I just came back from Portland from a week trip. Did the general area too - Seattle, Washington State Park, etc. Its a very beautiful area... Here are some shots to tease you with...











    I actually enjoy the overcast days here more than the direct sun... Not to mention, Portland really isn't as bad as say Seattle. The position of the town with Mt. Hood and Mt. Saint Helens makes for a mild climate in comparison to the surrounding areas. During my 9 day stay, only 2 days were overcast. Additionally, I'd much rather snow than 100+ degree weather - area seems perfect for me.
    We went out for a visit to check out the area at the end of August. We visited the Chinese garden downtown and probably took the same coastal route based on your pictures. I would also agree that the general stereotype is that it's gloomy and rainy there. We were there for an entire week and there was only one day that it was overcast or rained. It is def a beautiful area with the coast being only like an hour away on one side and the mountains an hour away on the other side. (Sorry to continue the thread-jacking.)
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