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Old 06-25-2010, 12:17 AM
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Glad to hear you and yours are ok, that's what counts first. There is a silver lining in this though, now you can pick and choose new equipment that suits you to exactly what you need.
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Old 06-25-2010, 09:19 PM
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Well I'm sorry to hear that. But I'm sure most of your customers will understand and you probaly won't be mowing for a couple weeks because of all The damage.

But good luck!
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Thanks... Yea, MOST of them were very understanding.

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wow man thats tough. we just had one go less than a mile from our house last weekend. it was an f3. i stood out my garage and watched it go across the road. unbelievable of what damage that can make.
Yea, this was an f4... Its just crazy man.

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Wow man that really sucks! sorry to see that, hope everything will turn out ok for you, best of luck.
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"Things" can all be replaced...lives can't. Glad to hear everyone is okay!!!
Yup, thats what we have been saying this whole time.

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Wow it only 30 miles away from our house.

Hope Insurance buy you new mower since it in house insurance policy.

At 11 p.m. it was crazy storm in Wayne area. Couldn't see anything and wind pound on my friend's cargo van.
Yea, we are still trying to work out the insurance...

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Sorry to see this happen man. Everything will work out eventually, but at least no lives were lost. Again, I'm real sorry.
Thanks, yea it will take some time. But really every1 bein ok is all that matters.

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I wish you the best in getting new stuff and hopefully recovering all of your other things to. Thats just terrible though.
Good luck dude !
James
Thanks

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Wow sorry to see hear that, glad everyones ok though. Goodluck getting everything back on track man
Thanks

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Originally Posted by RN Lawncare View Post
yeah we got hit with that up in st.clair county also last night.

rusty, sorry to hear about this. glad to hear everyone is ok. best of luck
Did you have any damage? Thanks

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Good luck to you and your Bro... Thankfully your family made it thru the storm.

Collect the insurance and you guys should be back to work soon.

Again Best of luck.
Yea, thanks man

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Thoughts and prayers are with you guys as you recover from this. Sorry to hear it all, but glad everyone stayed safe. Let insurance do it's thing and get back to work soon.
Thank you

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Was this area declared a disaster area?If so you can go online and apply for disaster relief funds online with FEMA,also if the Redcross is on site they can put you up in temporary housing (hotel) until you get a FEMA trailer,maybe you already know that and have done so.How our lives can change so much in the blink of an eye,have faith in God and reach out to those around you,God will never give you more than you can handle(easy for me to say but you must know that it's true).Our prayers go with you.
Thanks man. It wasnt declared a disaster area.

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oh my goodness,im glad everyone is okay.your in my prayers.
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It nearly brought a tear to my eye to see those chevy trucks all smashed up. I hope you guys will recover from the loss.
Yea, their were some tears shed im sure...

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wow, thats awful.
Yea

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wow that is really unfortunate. best of luck getting back on your feet!
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Very glad to hear everyones ok. Sad I don't live closer to where I can't help out. Being a part timer I'd let you have full use of my equipment till insurance gets going.
Yea, we are borrowing some for a while...

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Hey man I live in Perrysburg, and spent many days out there with Perrysburg Twp Fire, I am still slow for the year with only a few accounts so if you need help with your I would be glad to help you out any way that I can equipment truck trailer..... anything just let me know if there is anything I can do to help you and your customers out.....

Call my personal cell at 419-215-2420

Wes

I'm not tryin to make money off of you just tryin to help you out aslong as I dont loose money we can work out the details over the phone.... if you like
Ok, thanks man, i will call my brother and let him know... Its much appreciated. Ohh, and i saw your sign at the corner of 795 and lime city (i work grounds crew at penta).

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Wish you the best the of luck of getting back on your feet!
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Glad you are all ok!
Thanks

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wow that looks bad hope everything turns out ok.
Thanks, yea me too

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That sucks soooooooo much hope you can get good replacement equipment
Yea, we will have to wait and see...

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I live in kent Oh, about 2 hours away and would be more than willing to help in any way possible. Just let me know what I can do.
Ok, thanks. I will let my brother know.

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Glad to hear you and yours are ok, that's what counts first. There is a silver lining in this though, now you can pick and choose new equipment that suits you to exactly what you need.
Thanks, yea we will see how we do as far as insurance goes...
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Old 08-06-2010, 12:31 PM
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just a little here and there.. some lines down. not even NEAR what you guys had
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