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I just remembered something else we did: Go buy a small air conditioner... one just big enough for a single room. Your generator (house) should be able to run that. You will want at least one place you can sleep in with comfort.

Again, I wrote this mostly for a boaters, but many of you have homes too.

- CD

AND DO NOT PUT A GENERATOR IN YOUR GARAGE OR HOUSE WHILE RUNNING IT, EVEN WITH THE DOORS OPEN. THAT TOOK LIVES IN S FL AFTER CHARLIE. Even with your garage open, it will pump CO into the house. You will go to sleep and never wake up.

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