i spoke to him last night. he didn't think they would be allowed to return home today because of downed poles and trees and power outages. however he is in contact with a neighbor who stayed behind, and the bayou didn't flood, but they had wind damage to some trees. apparently their home is ok. i'm sure he will post as soon as he gets back home.
ok, here's the sales pitch for iowa. stinkin' hot and humid in the summer (100's with 90percent humidity) with a special spot in tornado alley, extreme cold (20 below 0) ice storms and 18'' blizzards with 50mph winds, and beautiful spring and autumn seasons spent indoors looking out through bloodshot eyes, and breathing through a bright red nose slathered with vaseline while hacking up loogies that tickle the back of your throat. but we have all the sweet corn you'd ever wanna eat.
Post Edited (vietvet) : 9/2/2008 9:27:13 PM (GMT-6)