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Scarey week here in Oklahoma.

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by foxman, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. foxman

    foxman Puppy

    It got a little crazy here in Oklahoma with all the Tornados. MY kids had some hail damage at their homes. One of my daughters lost three windshields in various vehicles. They sure need a carport.
    My good frined James Kelley an old dog-man lives in Moore,Oklahoma. His daughter and also a granddaughters lost their homes. James had to take his wife who is very old and in bad health to an assisted living center. She had to go there to be cared for the same day the tornado's hit Moore. He had it a lot worst than my family. He seems lost without her being there. He spends lots of time at the center with her. Three different Tornado's went over my house and didn't touch down. I am one lucky person. I spend lots of time in the cellar. Even when we were in the bedroom at the house we didn't get much sleep. The weather radio kept going on and off flashing tornado warnings day and night. I had many friends that had lots of damage to their homes. Didn't lose any of my dogs and none were injured. Randy Fox
  2. foxman

    foxman Puppy

    I misspelled Friend and couldn't fix it. My hands seem to hit the wrong keys a lot. Randy
  3. Poisoned

    Poisoned GRCH Dog

    I have friends in Billings and Hunter, they told me about the hail! Crazy stuff. Here are pictures they took:

    It's just one thing after another it seems. You guys stay safe.
  4. CallSignOWL

    CallSignOWL Good Dog

    stay safe!
  5. phillysmom

    phillysmom Good Dog

    Glad everything and everybody came through OK at your place.
  6. JoeBingo

    JoeBingo Banned

    I've been watching the news and you guys have been hammered !!! We get tornadoes here in Alabama too ... but not grapefruit size hail and 165 mph winds (usually). Stay safe !!!
  7. Elliehanna

    Elliehanna GRCH Dog

    yea that was crazy, I felt all these storms building all the way up here (you know that sucking feeling with lightheadedness and a headache) we didn't get hit by that storm and it finally dissipated the front a bit when the one hit me, its the one that went north and east. I didn't get any sleep over those days really though, seeing the devastation then all the warnings and such I had up here (my house has no safe room, no interior room of anything, heck no closets even...so I am stressed in bad storms) anyhow I am glad you are safe! keep safe this whole storm season it seems like its going to be a bad one.

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