LuLu and others in the PacNW....

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  1. RadiomanATL
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    Didja drive out to the coast to see any big waves?
     
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    Nope, to far away. Friends sister saw the ones in Hawaii though.
     
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    I know. I was wondering if you had time to drive out there though.

    Then you would know what I saw in hurricane alley back in the day. Sorta.

    lol.
     
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    I wish I would have. I wouldn't have been on the beach but it would have been cool ti see from high ground. And it was probably nothing like what you experienced.
     
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    From what I understand the ones your peeps on the coast got was more like a tide that wouldn't stop rising.

    Yeah, the ones I saw were fucking terrifying at times :lol: One part I don't miss about living in Florida.
     
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    No. A two or three foot extra high set of waves at low tide when the surf is only three or four feet isn't very spectacular. Now when there is a big storm out in the ocean and the wind is blowin 50-60 on shore at high tide they can come in 30plus feet tall all day. We get coastal flooding at extreme high tide during storms all the time.
     
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    Now THAT sounds like what I saw.
     

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