I'm sorry your big trip has been impacted Fletch - but look on the bright side - the Wallabies beat the All Blacks last night 25 - 20 to take out the Tri Nations for the first time in 10 years.FLETCH wrote:Here I sit in New York City waiting for a tropical storm to hit. Not what I expected to be doing whilst here...
The city are taking this very seriously ordering the evacuation of many areas. Looks like we are in a relatively safe area (5th Ave and 31st Street) but all public transport has been shut down since noon. It has been raining on and off most of the day but nothing heavy and no real wind to speak of yet. They are predicting power outages, I will post more later if able to.
This storm is a joke. The media is really blowing it out of proportion...FLETCH wrote:Not a big impact on my trip really, just a bit of excitement thrown in. There are 17000 law enforcement and emergency services personell in NYC for the games at the moment. If things go really bad we are all prepared to jump in and help out where we can.
As for the Wallabies... I wasn't going to rub it in so soon after the event but seeing as you brought it up...
Naah to easy.
I am glad to see they are coming into some sort of form leading into the World Cup. Maybe we'll actually have a decent showing in NZ later this year.
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