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October 08, 2018

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I remember that day, we lost power about 7pm 90+ mph winds and very little rain all night, next morning was clear blue sky and no wind but all the damage to months to lean up!

We lived in a wooded neighborhood (south of Oak Grove) and I remember the "chainsaw symphony" for months afterwards.

We didn't have power for a week.

My family lived on SE 192 just south of Powell. We were hooked up on PP&L while the rest of the neighborhood were on PGE. We ended up as the only ones on the block who still had power. Guess where the neighborhood met up at. The triple trunk willow tree in the back yard didn't fare so well; it became a double trunk.

10/10/2018 - Still two days until the anniversary. Reminds me of several years ago when a top Portland radio newscaster did a huge bit about the anniversary of the big storm being XX years ago today on Monday, October 10.

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