September 03, 2004


Willie Drye, author of Storm of the Century: The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, drops a line to the Salad Bowl.

Man, this is making me sick reading about what's going to happen down there. It looks like this one is going to go right through where Jane and I used to live, and I keep thinking about everything that became so familiar to us during the time we were there, which was most of the '90s.. And I hate to think of all that getting blasted to bits and I wonder what will be left.

I think everyone I know down there has enough sense to go to a safe place before the worst of this thing gets there, and I know that my saying I hope everyone comes through it OK isn't going to make a damn bit of difference to this monster when it starts popping roofs off like bottle caps. But I'll say it anyway, I hope everyone comes through this OK, keep me posted as long as conditions allow.



Posted by Jeff at September 3, 2004 08:18 AM