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211, 2017

Into the Eye Part VI Don’t have to Live like a Refugee An American Guide to Surviving a Category 5 Hurricane

By | November 2nd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

We awoke the next morning to a gorgeous day.  Krista and Brad decided to drive up to cell phone ridge and see if they could get any news from home.  They returned in a hurry with news to share.  Once [...]

2710, 2017

Into the Eye. Part V: The British are Coming! An American Guide to Surviving a Category 5 Hurricane

By | October 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The British are Coming! We had been charging our cell phones in our car because it was the only way to get power.  The car was running low on gas sp we decided to venture into town and accomplish two [...]

2610, 2017

How do I know if I have an Anatomical Short Leg?

By | October 26th, 2017|Running Injuries, Sports Injuries|0 Comments

Hello, I saw your YouTube video as I was searching for information about leg length inequality. I was just told by my physical therapist that my right leg is about 15mm long and it seems it is anatomi [...]

1910, 2017

Into the Eye. An American Guide to Surviving a Cat 5 Hurricane. Part IV “Frankie the Rat”

By | October 19th, 2017|Uncategorized|5 Comments

We had no power, no running water, no internet and no radio! But we did have sporadic cell service to our only lifeline back in the USA. The only way to charge our phones was in the rental car.  While [...]

1210, 2017

Part III Into the Eye 2 Dudes with Machetes. An American Guide to Surviving a Category 5 Hurricane

By | October 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

As we hiked along Ridge Road Brad and I marveled at the locals who were working together and clearing roads.  They worked in impromptu teams with saws, axes and the occasional chain saw.  The amount t [...]

410, 2017

Part II Into The Eye “The Tail End” An American Guide to Surviving a Category 5 Hurricane

By | October 4th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The oddest thing happened just before the tail of the storm hit.  The ocean started receding and the waves were going....backwards.  It took a minute to register what I was witnessing.  I thought alou [...]