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Old 02-16-2016, 07:09 PM   #61
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I just made reservation through the Rally site but I would like to arrive on the 9th. How do I reserve that extra night, through the Rally site or direct with Mill Creek?
Hi Rick,

I will send you an email with directions.

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Old 03-15-2016, 02:31 AM   #62
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To those who attended the Texas Regional Rally. Mindy and I were signed up to attend and were looking forward to meeting everyone and enjoying the many conversations. If you had been following the news, you are probably aware of the intense flooding occurring right now throughout the entire state of Louisiana. We live in Bossier City and our home is located in the Golden Meadows subdivision which was featured in most of the reports. Our home did not have any water damage, but until yesterday afternoon, we were still under a mandatory evacuation and we felt the need to stay nearby and monitor the situation. Many homes in our neighborhood did have water damage. We have not seen anything like this in the 35 years we have lived here. We hope circumstances will allow us to attend the National Rally this fall. We hope you had a great time and we hope to meet you all some day.
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Old 03-16-2016, 04:07 AM   #63
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To those who attended the Texas Regional Rally. Mindy and I were signed up to attend and were looking forward to meeting everyone and enjoying the many conversations. If you had been following the news, you are probably aware of the intense flooding occurring right now throughout the entire state of Louisiana. We live in Bossier City and our home is located in the Golden Meadows subdivision which was featured in most of the reports. Our home did not have any water damage, but until yesterday afternoon, we were still under a mandatory evacuation and we felt the need to stay nearby and monitor the situation. Many homes in our neighborhood did have water damage. We have not seen anything like this in the 35 years we have lived here. We hope circumstances will allow us to attend the National Rally this fall. We hope you had a great time and we hope to meet you all some day.
Glad your home is ok, but can certainly appreciate your anxiety and concern. Lots of prayers coming your way for you and your neighbors.
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Old 03-16-2016, 04:17 PM   #64
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Old 03-16-2016, 04:57 PM   #65
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To those who attended the Texas Regional Rally. Mindy and I were signed up to attend and were looking forward to meeting everyone and enjoying the many conversations. If you had been following the news, you are probably aware of the intense flooding occurring right now throughout the entire state of Louisiana. We live in Bossier City and our home is located in the Golden Meadows subdivision which was featured in most of the reports. Our home did not have any water damage, but until yesterday afternoon, we were still under a mandatory evacuation and we felt the need to stay nearby and monitor the situation. Many homes in our neighborhood did have water damage. We have not seen anything like this in the 35 years we have lived here. We hope circumstances will allow us to attend the National Rally this fall. We hope you had a great time and we hope to meet you all some day.
Did you lose any of the infrastructure? roads, utilities?
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I-10 is still closed @ Tx/ La border due to Sabine River flooding:

I found this report on Louisiana's 511 system: I-10 in both directions: Road closed.

http://hb.511la.org/#roadReports/eve...2CferryReports
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Did you lose any of the infrastructure? roads, utilities?
Not in our subdivision, but throughout the Parish roads were washed out and many bridges closed until Dotd can inspect. We were very luck in my neighborhood.
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Old 03-16-2016, 11:44 PM   #68
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Not in our subdivision, but throughout the Parish roads were washed out and many bridges closed until Dotd can inspect. We were very luck in my neighborhood.
Oh that's good news! Sometimes its worse to have the house standing but no electric, sewer or water and no immediate plans to fix it with the next year or so.
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Great that your home is okay. Greater it is that you have your RW to live in. How many of us have utilized our RVs for a disaster shelter. Being a SoCal resident back in 1994's major earthquake, I immediately moved my family into our TT we had at the time on the side of house and stayed there for 3 days while we got our house back in order, utilities restored and livable. For me, it's comforting to have this avenue when needed.
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Great that your home is okay. Greater it is that you have your RW to live in. How many of us have utilized our RVs for a disaster shelter. Being a SoCal resident back in 1994's major earthquake, I immediately moved my family into our TT we had at the time on the side of house and stayed there for 3 days while we got our house back in order, utilities restored and livable. For me, it's comforting to have this avenue when needed.
You are absolutely right. It was very difficult at the time to even find a hotel vacancy because 3500 homes were evacuated before they decided to evacuate our neighborhood which was another 1000 homes.
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