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Old March 12, 2018   #31
Black Krim
Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: New England
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Govenor of Massachusetts is looking how to support the coastal areas. The last two storms kicked up big swells, and flooded a number of areas in the Boston area and the sandy areas are loosing houses and building as the sand is washed away.

I grew up on the coast of Maine, 100 feet or so above sea level loking out over treetops to the bay. WHen I walked the tide zone it was very apparent the damage seas can do to rock ledges. Building in low areas and on sand seems ......foolish.

THird big storm in just over a week due tonight/tomorrow....the lion of March is roaring.
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Old March 12, 2018   #32
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supposed to snow tonight here on long island
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