Txwifiguy
Our 2017 Retro 195 did not survive 8 ft of San Jacinto river. It was over a week before they would allow us in the the storage yard. What a mess!  But we are fortunate as so many lost so much more.  IMG_2909.JPG  IMG_2904.JPG  IMG_2907.JPG 
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Retro177Kit
So sorry about your loss. The magnitude of this catastrophe is incomprehensible. I hope you and yours are safe.
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Txwifiguy
Thanks. It is just a little trailer and is insured so i cant feel too bad. House came thru OK. So many lost so much down here that i should not cry. But the family had a lot of fun during its short life. 
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Alabama Jim
Very little can be said that doesn't sound trite.  However, I sincerely  am sorry for yours and all of TX loss.  I have offered many prayers for the victims.  I have watched all the volunteers going in and it has been uplifting.  Neighbors helping neighbors.  
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sunvalleyjoe
Praying for the people of Texas. In Nevada we are surrounded by wild fires started from lighting and no rain. GBA!!
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fireblot
Txwifiguy, 

So sorry to hear about your Retro, but happy to hear your house and family are okay. Our hopes and prayers are with you and everyone facing these terrible natural disasters. 

Peter
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retro195man
Water and fires. 
I hope you and your families are safe from catastrophic events. 
Thoughts and prayers are with you. 
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texas_vettegal
So sorry for your loss. We did not receive any damage but for the life of us we can't figure out why cause we should have flooded like so many in our neighborhood. I love your attitude, you will have another one.
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