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    omg is correct
    parts of ABC and CDM beach area look like london ww2

    and tomorrow it'll change all over again.....mother nature likes to play tricks

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    Much, much calmer today on Palm Beach. Water very smooth with lots of people back in the water swimming, waverunning, kite boarding, etc. Beaches in front of the Marriott are not too bad, but down in front of Holiday Inn and a little further south, huge piles of seaweed are being stacked up for hauling off as soon as they can. Much windier today than it was all week also.

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    It seems like the weather patterns are changing on Aruba.6-9 foot waves ,pretty soon they will have to have surfing tournaments

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    the breezes were much more plentiful today.

    we jumped in the h2o at eagle near lacabana.......huge drop off.
    watch that first step it's a doozy.

    waves were much more gentle today but still there were waves!

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    Andrea, I certainly hope, huge waves or not, that you and yours are having a wonderful; much deserved vacation in Aruba.

    I understand, that you picked the right time, since some of Florida has had temps as low as the 20's.

    Enjoy...keep happy and healthy

    Ed

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    thanks ed.
    report from our dog/cat/house sitter
    lemon tree=deceased (shared by our neighbors and us)
    grapefruit tree=deceased (also too a shared tree)
    5 tall potted crown of thorns=deceased
    8 large poinsettias that we planted =deceased

    all froze!!!

    glad i am here and not at home stressing about our now dead plants.
    we did get 2 grapefruit from the tree though.
    the orange tree, frozen last winter...paul cut that down in july :-(

    now back on topic rough surf!
    Quote Originally Posted by Edronenburg View Post
    Andrea, I certainly hope, huge waves or not, that you and yours are having a wonderful; much deserved vacation in Aruba.

    I understand, that you picked the right time, since some of Florida has had temps as low as the 20's.

    Enjoy...keep happy and healthy

    Ed

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    WOW! We're going in late March - hopefully Mother Nature has repaired her damage by then!!

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    Can Mother Nature do it on her own, or will she need human help? What can be done?

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