Thursday, November 30, 2006

No Hurricanes Here!

Yay! Hurricane season is, for this year at least, over!

That gives me 6 months to look into different types of hurricane shutters, see about an autotransfer switch for my generator, maybe take the generator out of its box & set it up...

Don't know if I'll actually do any of those things, but at least I have 6 months to think about it. ;-p

7 Comments:

Anonymous Ordinary Janet said...

are you sure that 6 months is enough time? I mean, it takes a long time to get something out of a box. ;-)

11/30/2006 6:09 PM  
Blogger Just-Me-Jen said...

Well, so far it's been in the box since I bought it in May... Heh.

11/30/2006 6:47 PM  
Blogger Mr. Fabulous said...

It was a nice quiet six months wasn't it?

12/01/2006 7:32 PM  
Blogger Just-Me-Jen said...

Yep! And I'll take a hurricane season like that any year!!!

12/02/2006 7:42 AM  
Blogger NML said...

Yay for you! Oh the joys of procastination - At least you know that you have the option to think about buying these things ;-)

12/04/2006 5:58 AM  
Blogger Just-Me-Jen said...

LOL! I did buy the generator at the beginning of this last hurricane season. I have the flashlights, and the batteries, and the radio, and the right kinds of foods, & water, but I really want some kind of shutters instead of plywood over the windows, if it's ever needed...

12/04/2006 6:18 AM  
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