NEWSLETTER OCTOBERER 2005
|Welcome to the October issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter|
|Greetings fellow Weatherfun members and welcome to your October newsletter.|
Where has the summer gone? I can remember Bill measuring the dust on his golf clubs and letting us know that spring was here, and now here we are in fall with winter fast approaching. I remember hearing the other day Dirk say that he was starting up his wood stove. Now, that is definitely a sign of the cold weather.
As you all know we have had a terrible hurricane season this year with two very powerful storms hitting the Gulf Coast area. Katrina of course was the worst, and has changed the lives of many Americans for years to come. It also created an effect on our lives with rising prices not only at the pumps, but also in our everyday goods that we all need, so much. Again as in the past the Weatherfun members stuck together and offered help to our members in need. This hurricane season it effected the lives of our members directly. It effected Don in a big way, and also Kristen's father who has had to literally start his life over again. As you know the hurricane season goes until the end of November and as of this writing the tropics are becoming active again. The coming weeks should prove to be interesting and active in the tropics.
Weatherfun reunion. As time goes on throughout the fall and winter months I will be sending out more pictures on this year's family reunion. Also hopefully after the first of the year we can start to make plans for the 5th. anniversary Weatherfun reunion. We look forward to this special reunion and hopefully meeting some members who have not been to a reunion as of yet. As I have said in the past you never know what a great bunch of friends that we have here on Weatherfun until you meet them in person, and enjoy their company. Folks, please be sure to make plans now to attend this 5th reunion and have a great time with your fellow Weatherfun members.
We still have plenty of good weather ahead of us folks, so please get out there and enjoy it.
Until we all meet again next month stay safe and keep an eye to the sky.
NASA Hurricane Resource Page
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