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Will Day

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It sounds like the boats and museum came through Sandy in good shape. THANKS, DON!!!

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That is good news.

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Frank J Andruss Sr

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I think Don mentioned that they had 6 or 8 inches of water where the boats were, but nothing that would hurt them. I am sure he has been real busy getting the place in shape.


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  Jerry Gilmartin

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I cant believe they located the PT Boat Museum right in the middle of Hurricane Alley! It seems like Massachussetts gets hit by a major hurricane every year! Is that bizarre or what? Maybe we should consider moving the PT Boat museum to someplace safer from the weather, like maybe OREGON!!! Yeah, thats the ticket!

But seriously, I hope Don Shannon is able to keep all of the treasures and artifacts safe from the flooding. I know if anybody can do it, he can!

Jerry PT658 Portland OREGON

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Claire

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Massachusetts, we are not famous for hurricanes....just blizzards. Battleship Cove belongs right here in Fall River, sorry Jerry. We did have power outages and lots of damage from trees and flooding all over the state.Thankfully we did not experience the NJ or NY devastation. Prayers for our neighbor states, also Connecticut suffered a lot of damage!

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Claire

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Massachusetts, we are not famous for hurricanes....just blizzards. Battleship Cove belongs right here in Fall River, sorry Jerry. We did have power outages and lots of damage from trees and flooding all over the state.Thankfully we did not experience the NJ or NY devastation. Prayers for our neighbor states, also Connecticut suffered a lot of damage!

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You've also got a nor'easter heading your way, so keep your collective heads down!

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