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    Default Vero, Treehouses Close as Irma Heads for Central Florida

    Operations at two Disney Vacation Club resorts will be directly impacted by Hurricane Irma with other Walt Disney World events and services likely to join the list.



    Hurricane Irma projected track, 9/8/17, 5:00am (courtesy CBS12.com)

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    Is anyone at WDW this weekend or early next week? Or did you have plans at Vero Beach or Hilton Head?

    Be safe and stay in doors during the storm.
    --Denise

    Scheduled upcoming Disney trips:


    11/30/17 - 12/14/17 - Bay Lake Tower at the Contemporary Resort
    03/01/18 - 03/08/18 - Copper Creek at the Wilderness Lodge

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    Quote Originally Posted by denlo View Post
    Is anyone at WDW this weekend or early the two fo you next week? Or did you have plans at Vero Beach or Hilton Head?

    Be safe and stay in doors during the storm.
    How are you doing? Have you been able to return home yet? Don't answer if you'd rather not. Just want you to know that your online friends are glad the two of you are OK.

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    Thanks for asking Carol. We are fine we actually returned home 4 days after evacuating. Since the mandatory evacuation was called late we ended up spending 2 days in a shelter because we could not get out of Houston due to flooding from the rain. Then when a road opened to Austin we drove to Austin, Texas where we have relatives. On day 4 from our departure from home we returned home. We found out that our small neighborhood of 64 homes did not flood nor lose power. It turns out our neighborhood is high ground from the rest of the community so our water drained into those southwest of us.

    Our large community of Sienna Plantation of 7700 homes came together and helped the only 50 homes with flooding all due to rain and then moved to the community next door that had hundreds of homes with flood damage. This generosity of giving to others has been prevalent throughout the Houston area. Someone calls for volunteers and a line of 400 show up. It has been wonderful to see it.
    --Denise

    Scheduled upcoming Disney trips:


    11/30/17 - 12/14/17 - Bay Lake Tower at the Contemporary Resort
    03/01/18 - 03/08/18 - Copper Creek at the Wilderness Lodge

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    Wonderful to hear. Hope the recovery goes as well as possible. I know it will take a long time to rebuild everything that was damaged & flooded.

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