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Sandy and French exchanges

October 29, 2012

This is a picture one of our French students took of the back shore in Gloucester. We still have power, but not many people do. The waves are thirty feet high. The wind is shaking the house. The river near our house is rising. High tide is around midnight. We are sure that the road will be under water soon. I have two French kids here and two American kids. They are eating ice cream and watching movies while we still have electricity. I am taking advantage of our last minutes of power to write here. I can only imagine being an early settler here. We have heard that the Bounty, a replica of the historical ship, has gone down off the North Carolina coast.

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