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Old 03-29-2014, 12:59 AM   #1
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Just had an earthquake.....5.3....and I'm about 20 miles from the epicenter.

Strongest one we have had since I built my 2-story addition. Right about now I'm feeling a whole lot better about all the earthquake stuff I had to do...the house didn't even make a single creak....nothing...but plenty of things were swaying....

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Isn't this the second one in a couple hours time?

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Isn't this the second one in a couple hours time?
Yea....but different location.....the 'big one' might be just around the corner
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Glad everything is OK with you and your family.
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