Sandbagging thread.

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I'm out now for the day.
Will check back when I'm home to see if I can land a hand.
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WOW!!!

Thanks so much Graham and Jflem...that is extremely generous of you both!!!

I am humbled with your thoughtful generosity!!!

We'll be okay though...it is what it is...crossing, fingers, eyes and toes we ALL make it through this unscathed!

I will though, post if I end up floating down the crick on the out house door...

maybe one of you could 'fish' me out when I get into town and I can treat you to couple of cool tall ones.

Then again, if I end up making in over the falls on the old door I'll probably need a few good stiff

ones before we start in the brewskies...lol

Thank you both so much...nice to know that the Forum has so many good folks participating that are willing

to pitch in and lend a hand even though we might at times be a touch aggravating with each other

on some of the threads. :130:
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Count me in too. Just say the word
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Anyone who needs sand bags . I was just at Sarsons beach.
Maybe 7 pallets of bags there already filled . Appears to be untied . Bring zip ties or tape and you are off and running . Hope this helps someone
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glad to tread all is well barney
strap a fishing rod to the outhouse door
just to be prepared

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Scott Contracting is giving large totes of approx. 1000lb bags each of sand to any flood victims that need them, first come first served.

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A big THANK YOU to all the crews and citizen help...that did what they could, while they could.

It made a huge difference in saving a lot of the shoreline and some buildings, sidewalks, etc.. Too bad there is still a lot more water coming.. I sure hope we dont get much more wind.
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Count me in three! I am of legal sandbag filling age. :-)
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The neighbors basements are all flooded. In 50 yrs this is the first time I have seen water in our crawlspace. I am prepared to move the bar supplies up to the second floor if necessary.
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dogspoiler wrote:The neighbors basements are all flooded. In 50 yrs this is the first time I have seen water in our crawlspace. I am prepared to move the bar supplies up to the second floor if necessary.


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What street / area of town?

dogspoiler wrote:The neighbors basements are all flooded. In 50 yrs this is the first time I have seen water in our crawlspace. I am prepared to move the bar supplies up to the second floor if necessary.
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Peachland, Beach Ave.
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The creeks are really starting to flow fast up here folks.
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dogspoiler wrote:The neighbors basements are all flooded. In 50 yrs this is the first time I have seen water in our crawlspace. I am prepared to move the bar supplies up to the second floor if necessary.

ferri wrote:Do you need help with sandbagging?


:cuss: sandbagging.
Prioritize.
Let's get to what's important.
Do you need a hand "moving" those bar supplies?
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Graham Adder wrote: :cuss: sandbagging.
Prioritize.
Let's get to what's important.
Do you need a hand "moving" those bar supplies?
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