NEWSLETTER OCTOBER 2002
|Welcome to the October Newsletter|
Hello Weatherfun member, and welcome to an abbreviated version of Jerry's words due to the fall that I had this past weekend. |
This is the time of year that our thoughts turn to fall planting, buying mums, and pumpkins to decorate the yard, and leaf peeping. But, it is also a time of the year when the hurricane season sometime reaches it's peak. At this writing we have Lili, that looks like she will be the worst hurricane of this season so far, and Kyle, that just does not want to give up. Lili looks like she will strike somewhere in the Gulf Coast. All members from Texas to Louisiana have their eyes on Lili. At this point they really do not need anymore rain in that part of the country, but it looks like they are in more trouble. It looks like the hurricane season will go on for a while longer.
We have also had a very successful 1st. Weatherfun Reunion. Several members joined Susan and I up here in the Rhode Island area for a great weekend of fun, good company, and good food. Susan and I were delighted to have the 1st. Reunion cookout at our home here in Warren. Everyone enjoyed themselves to food made by different members, and I think we all gained a bit of weight over the weekend.
I thank Bill and Steve, part of the three musketeers, for their help. Lynn for all the great food that she made, and for making it such an enjoyable reunion with her antics of trying to make it snow here in Rhode Island. Did she make it snow? Very close to it folks. Keep watching for my up dates and you will find out. Even though everytime I turned around she was putting some snow related material in front of me, I STILL HATE SNOW. LOL To all of you who took the time to come up here to Rhode Island, Susan and I thank you very much and you are always welcomed in our home anytime.
See you all next month, and please support your Weatherfun newsletter.
Mississippi Gulf Coast
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