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Offline ADulay

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« on: September 10, 2017, 07:38:43 pm »
With this hurricane about to tear up my neighborhood in a few more hours, I wonder if I could have used the Immokalee casino as a shelter?

Would have been nice to sit at the table and play instead of sitting here at the "table" in the kitchen and watching my boat take a beating out the window.

Oh well, tomorrow brings a new day and we'll see what happens overnight.

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Re: Immokalee Casino
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2017, 09:29:01 pm »
Heard they closed that as wella s the big one in Hollywood.

My family pulled through, although one member was very stubborn and finally left from the Naples area as he was right on the coast.  The other in Miami did pretty well, got nervous in the middle of it when the winds and war covered her street, but got lucky there also compared sections right down the street from what she was telling me.

Hope no damage to your place.
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