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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Joneses Report Tornadic Weather In Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

We had a tornado today, it was pretty scary, hail the size of golf balls broke a bunch of windshields, flooding, roofs broke, debris everywhere, here is some pics

Here is our news channel you can view all pics i and others have taken.
http://www.wpbf.com/slideshow/weather/19056938/detail.html

Sent in by daughter-in-law Courtney (Brad) Jones in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

We had visitors this week from Port Allegany they came for the warm, and just missed the tornado, here is a pic, Jeff and Elaine Ostrander( Elaines birthday)

12 comments :

Rep.Chick said...

Thanks for the pictures, looks like a whole lot of water with no place to go!

Anonymous said...

Love the warmth and sunshine, guess we have to settle for....leek season.

Anonymous said...

So much for Florida, give me the four seasons in unbeatable PA.

Anonymous said...

you know you're a redneck if ....

you wear a camouflage shit and hat
and blue jeans on a beach.

Anonymous said...

you know you're a redneck if....you don't check your spelling! What kind of camo do you wear? Actually the shirt looks tropical to me. The hat not so much. The best part, they are in Fl enjoying the weather. Have fun.

Anonymous said...

Yes, the tornado was an experience, sorry we missed leek season(not), I did miss the 4 seasons the first year but now would rather not have the cold and snow!!! As for the "Anonymous Idiot" you might wanna get your redneck eyes checked Jeff was wearing a tropical shirt, and shorts, and yes it was a camo hat that also represents one of your local businesses, I would be proud if that were my business getting seen all over the country. This site never seems to amaze me with some of the response it gets, I debated posting our visit and the tornado for reasons like that. However Brad thought it would be a great idea. So here is an idea if you don't have the balls to post your name don't make negative comments about something that don't concern you!! Courtney Jones, WPB,FL

Anonymous said...

Hey! I lived in Florida for 5 years and ALWAYS wore my Potter County camo hat. The last good ol' boy that had something to say about it is prolly still kickin himself in the behind for picking a fight with a Yankee from Potter County.

I always enjoyed Florida though. Especially being northbound on 95 when the state line was my rearview mirror:-)~

Anonymous said...

You go Courtney! Best way to strike up a conversation traveling the country is wearing something from Potter County. You'd be shocked the number of times we have been approached about PC.

Anonymous said...

I was setting in a Waffle House in Brunswick Ga when a fellow sat down next to me and struck up a conversation about my Potter County hat. Turned out to be Drew Paxton, and he gave me permission to hunt his land outside of Galeton. Never leave home without your Potter County hat on your noggin! :-)

Anonymous said...

Bingo, our son has been in the military for 20 years and has always had a PC plate on the front of his vehicle. Same thing, met a guy from Coudy that also love to hunt. Great friendships can begin with a mention of PC. Gotta love our area.

Anonymous said...

you mean he has a hat on? Hell I didn't even see it, Must be good camo!!!

Anonymous said...

NICE TAT!