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Date Posted: 21:06:25 06/01/02 Sat
Author: zazoo is making that chicken as we speak
Subject: We lived North of Durham about three miles from Va border I believe
In reply to: WE67 has a question 's message, "Zazoo!!" on 20:54:24 06/01/02 Sat

In a neighborhood called 'Treyburn' on Vintage Hill. Can't remember the hwy it was off of but it went through DT Durham. The subdivision was nice and the house we were in was on three acres with a lake behind that and the house had floor to ceiling windows all across the back so it was like living in a Carolina Tree House. Do you know the area? Don worked at IBM at the time, It was In Raliegh and it took him forty five minutes to get there and back every day but it was worth it to him because of where we were living and because he was in his first Miata. We had both just gotten his and her's Miatas. Life was good - except for those crazy people who owned the house - the Yoders, Jim and Judy. We were there during the Hurricane, the big one, we were stranded at home but lucky to be alive. We went around and helped neighbors for two whole days. Lots of neighborhoods were without electricity for much longer ours was restored after a few days. This was in '96 (forgot the name of the hurricane)

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