I forecast even a worse hurricane season for this year
for those of us in the 757, sorry. My fault. 3 years ago I bought my first generator. Haven't lost power since. Today, I bought a chain saw in case the waters rise and we're in the attic. so you may curse my name to the god of your choice. I almost got you a primo swell. Thought I popped my back out yesterday. but a Cofal, http://www.ticoshopping.com/Cofal-Fuerte-4.2-oz, rub down saved me, and you, for having any fun.
I'd sacrifice a board, but I love her so. maybe the wifey. we'll see.
Cape Verde season doesn't really get interesting until the last week in August.
Unless we get some early August tropical storms, which happens some years, I think August is the worst month for the East Coast. September is fun to track storms, but a lot of let downs, and October/November is time to clear your schedule.
I smacked the wife around and Voila, new named tropical system off Africa. http://abcnews.go.com/International/...cific-19867321
It better turn into something or I'm driving the wife down to Fla, put a hoodie on her back, skittles in her mouth, and stand the hell out of my ground. In Jeebus' name, Hayman.
As Mr. S.I. and Mr. Tropical Tidbits said, its just the beginning wait till the middle of August, this is when the Cape Verde season actually starts, but who knows we just might get a homegrown storm right in front of us....oooops...can I say homegrown...lol...check out the link below, Levi explains it perfectly.
been about a year now. i would get a ton of it once every 3 or 4 months to hold me over til i could get back down there. centenario and mango juice. mmmm mmmm mmmm
Careful of those mangoes. I learned the hard way that they contain the same active ingredient as poison ivy, urushiol. It's only in the skin and the seed, the meat is safe supposedly. I was eating a couples mangos a day and definitely ate some skin.
Urushiol is also in pistachios and cashews.
I'm sure te NSA got a pretty good laugh at the searches I was doing trying to narrow down why I was itchy.