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My house made it through fine! The pecan tree and rose bush look a bit battered, but no major limbs off (there are even a few pecans left on one side). The worst wind in my neighborhood did not come from the direction I expected, so my house was mostly sheltered, while some of my neighbors got wind damage. We will need to replace the gate latch--it sacrificed itself gamely and dug into the wood quite deeply, holding the gate shut the whole time. I was quite impressed.

I'm a bit concerned about being able to find gas if they make us go back to work tomorrow, but I have enough for one trip at least and I can't see how they are going to be able to open with no water and no power at many of the campuses and in many of the students' houses. We shall see, I suppose.
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