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Post Reply What this morning's storm did in my back yard.
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Yup, it'll do that to thin pieces of plastic.
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Rujikin wrote:

Yup, it'll do that to thin pieces of plastic.


It's really some kind of fabric.
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nanikore2 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

Yup, it'll do that to thin pieces of plastic.


It's really some kind of fabric.


Thats one hell of a storm to make fabric look like plastic tearing.
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Doesn't look too bad
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Thanks God, and this is why we can't have nice things...
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That has happened to me, one time mine ended up on my roof.
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Yikes. That looks like it'll be all sorts of fun to clean up and replace.
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I'm glad I live in the desert. Then again the summer heat averaging 105 degrees...
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Rujikin wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

Yup, it'll do that to thin pieces of plastic.


It's really some kind of fabric.


Thats one hell of a storm to make fabric look like plastic tearing.


A separate storm about 2 weeks ago knocked over one fence I shared with one neighbor. Good thing I'm not him since the same storm knocked over another fence he shares with yet another neighbor so he'd have to share rebuilding cost for TWO fences.


jaykirbydudee wrote:

I'm glad I live in the desert. Then again the summer heat averaging 105 degrees...


I've lived in the desert when I was young. I think I'd rather just deal with the occasional wind and rain rather than the blazing sun.
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One time we were hit by a hurricane and the door to our shed fell off. Can you believe that devastation?!
(This actually happened)
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ZavinRoyalheart wrote:

Yikes. That looks like it'll be all sorts of fun to clean up and replace.


As far as replacement, I just have to spend money on a new gazebo/whatever.

The part I'm not looking forward to doing is dismantling that thing and somehow throwing it away (not sure if I could just stick THAT in an upright garbage bin)


Iberjib wrote:

That has happened to me, on time mine ended up on my roof.


The reason I even had this gazebo in the first place was that a long time ago I only had a big parasol stuck to that table... and one of the storms just took that parasol and HURLED IT OVER THE HOUSE and landed it on the street on the other side of the house.
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That's normal for a bad storm here. At least in a warmer climate area you don't have feet of snow, ice, and hail to contend with as well.
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dam, looks like it was raining lolis
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I remember hurricane Katrina stealing my trampoline and carrying it over 700 ft into the cow pasture. We even had it bolted down with rope and hooks.
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