Real - Combining Forces picture by Vern Lee (There are several others to back this up!) in Winthrop Harbor, Illinois

Real - Combining Forces picture by Vern Lee (There are several others to back this up!) in Winthrop Harbor, Illinois

The Six Flags... abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana. It closed before Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and is currently owned by the City of New Orleans.

The Six Flags... abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana. It closed before Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and is currently owned by the City of New Orleans.

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I've been redecorating my dining room but doing so on a very tight budget. Like $100 budget. I can't wait to show you the before and afte...

I've been redecorating my dining room but doing so on a very tight budget. Like $100 budget. I can't wait to show you the before and afte...

How to Hurricane-proof your home #checkitout Hashtags: #MajesticVision #endangered

Infographic: How to Hurricane-Proof Your Home

Palmer Island Light Station is a historiclighthouse in New Bedford Harbor inNew Bedford, Massachusetts, USA. The lighthouse was built in 1849 out of stone rubble. It was discontinued when the harbor's hurricane barrier was built in the early 1960s, as its location immediately north of the barrier was no longer an outlying danger and there are lights on either side of the barrier opening.

Palmer Island Light Station is a historiclighthouse in New Bedford Harbor inNew Bedford, Massachusetts, USA. The lighthouse was built in 1849 out of stone rubble. It was discontinued when the harbor's hurricane barrier was built in the early 1960s, as its location immediately north of the barrier was no longer an outlying danger and there are lights on either side of the barrier opening.

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How Hurricanes Work

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This would describe a bad childhood memory. Because it represents the time where Jule's lost his sister in the hurricane in florida.

How to Have a Hurricane-Proof Vacation

This would describe a bad childhood memory. Because it represents the time where Jule's lost his sister in the hurricane in florida.

{ cause i've got a jet black heart || and there's a hurricane underneath it } @rw_p

{ cause i've got a jet black heart || and there's a hurricane underneath it } @rw_p

Blog post at See Mom Click : Project Envolve™ is a program sponsored primarily by PPL Electric Utilities with the mission of helping us all save more and use less elec[..]

How to Create An Emergency Preparedness Kit

Blog post at See Mom Click : Project Envolve™ is a program sponsored primarily by PPL Electric Utilities with the mission of helping us all save more and use less elec[..]

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The Real Story Behind the Incredible Storm Photo That Just Won't Die

The Hurricane of 1900 made landfall on the city of Galveston in the U.S. state of Texas on Sep 8, 1900. It had estimated winds of 145 miles per hour at landfall, making it a Category 4 storm. It was also the deadliest hurricane in US history with an estimated death toll between 6,000 & 12,000. Because of the destruction of the bridges to the mainland and the telegraph lines, no word of the city's destruction was able to reach the mainland.

The Hurricane of 1900 made landfall on the city of Galveston in the U.S. state of Texas on Sep 8, 1900. It had estimated winds of 145 miles per hour at landfall, making it a Category 4 storm. It was also the deadliest hurricane in US history with an estimated death toll between 6,000 & 12,000. Because of the destruction of the bridges to the mainland and the telegraph lines, no word of the city's destruction was able to reach the mainland.

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