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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Doesn't look good.

Upper Deerfield Twp,  NJ  (Cumberland County)


Oh my, here comes Sandy.    We will be hunkered down here in southern New Jersey awaiting what is being termed an historic storm.   

We thought about hitching up but where would we go?   North will be getting snow.    South would be heading into the storm.   West, again heavy rains/snow.   East?  That would be the Atlantic Ocean.  We are about 30 miles inland from Atlantic City.

I just heard that Wilmington, DE is being evacuated.  Wilmington is about 25 miles northwest right across the Delaware River.    Storm surges are predicted to be 4-8 feet in Atlantic City.   Not sure about Wilmington but the storm will be moving up the Delaware River.

Since we are in the northeast, I am glad to are here at the daughter's house.   We both have generators.  We will keep the fresh water tank filled in the rig.   Her stove is electric but of course we have our gas stove in the fiver. 

Plenty of food.  Good thing because the grocery stores are no doubt about empty now.   From the maps I've seen, we are in the middle of the storms track.

Hold on tight!   

14 comments:

Chuck and Anneke's RV travels said...

Good luck, I hate it when all the options are poor:(

Judy and Emma said...

Eek! Please stay safe, and batten down the hatches!

Kenny And Angela's Adventure said...


Hold on tight prayers coming your way..

Carol and Kevin said...

Stay safe and dry. At least you are with your daughter -- better than worrying about them from a distance! We'll be thinking about you guys and watching the storm.

waggintailsrv.com said...

Praying for your safety.

waggintailsrv.com said...

Praying for your safety.

Donna K said...

Stay safe, and hopefully warm and dry. Praying that it will not hit too forcefully.

Laurie and George said...

Saying a prayer for your safety! Hang on tight!

Texas Yellow Rose said...

We're about 5 miles from the Delaware and the town of Riegelsville, PA. I wonder if they will evacuate Riegelsville, although we're much farther inland from the coast than you are apparently. Hang on, dear friends, and let's keep each other updated. Love you!

JO said...

Sounds like you are prepared and I'm sure you have full propane also. Stay safe and we are all keeping you in our thoughts.

Paul and Marsha Weaver...OCT. 17, 2009 said...

Praying for all your safety! So glad you have a generator, food and the family!

Rick Doyle said...

Hunker down and stay safe. Hope this thing just rolls right past you without any major damage.

Peggy n David said...

Phyllis - you guys stay safe - if it gets too windy get in the house!!!

We'll be watching for your posts - and some pictures too!

Elaine said...

sounds like your well prepared..hang on tight...stay safe...thinking of you update when you can