Delaware, Maryland beach towns count blessings
Nov 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Post-gazette.com
Seaside residents in Delaware and Maryland celebrated an unseasonably warm, crystal blue-sky Veterans Day weekend by flocking to the ocean, unencumbered by lingering effects of Superstorm Sandy, unlike their counterparts in New Jersey and New York.
We luck out. Compared to other states
Some residents of Delaware still lost their homes due to the Hurricane. Definitely no comparison to the devastation in New York or New Jersey, but still something to think about.
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