Welcome to our corner of the camp…we rocked this out and were ready for the long haul!! (glad we didn’t need it!!)
At the end we were able to go home after 4 uneventful waves came and went without a buck of damage. (as far as we know) So we are now home throwing away all the things we realized we could have cared less about. When I was at home putting everything up on the chairs and beds to save it from the possible water damage, I realized how much JUNK we hold onto! So rach and I are going to purge our cluttered home and have a much tidier, better organized and clutter free home.
That is definitely a surreal experience. We were worried about you guys and your town and so glad nothing bad happened. It was crazy trying to call you and calls not getting through so I was glad the news here was reporting on the status there.
calls were coming through……rach just wasnt picking up and turned off her ringer….bad rachee bad rachee!!!!!
yeah, those weird messages on your phone made me SO nervous! so glad a few of my calls went through – i was a wreck until i talked to you! oh wow, it really did put things in perspective! i am so glad you are all ok and that no damage was done! love and miss you guys!
Hawaiians will take any excuse to party – no wonder i love them so much! Positive attitudes!
definite tender mercies!!!!!
wait- jase blogs? awesome. you guys for sure had the most stylin camp and would have been in good shape had some dirty salt water attacked your home!
Wow. Isn't it amazing how such a scary experience can kick our butts into gear? I'm so glad you were prepared. After our first tornado in North Dakota, we got our 72-hour kits in shape real fast.
I'm so glad you guys are safe. AND your home!
With us almost moving this month, I have started to see our junk in a whole new light. I'm decluttering like a crazy woman.