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David Levy holds on to his tent on Thursday as storms moved across the Boardwalk art Show.
Photo by Bill Tiernan, at the Virginian-Pilot
The left hand tent shows what happens when a tent leg isn't secured well. It might have Sta-Bars running from front to back, but without one across the front the wind can buckle the leg under and break the corner hardware.
Those tents with the pointed tops, do you think those are rentals from the show?
From the looks of it, all brands of tents went down. I've been in contact with some people doing the show. 33 booths in all went down. There was hardly any work destroyed because there was advanced warning and people packed their work before the huge storm. Now that the storm has passed, today and tomorrow are going to be really nice days. Sunday is supposed to be hot, in the 90's.
In a side note, social networking is a pretty cool thing. As luck would have it, I was in a restaurant in northern Michigan, just below the bridge. The weather channel was on and they were showing what was happening with the storm. At the same time I was messaging on FB with people at the show. I was telling them what they were showing on the weather channel and they were telling me what was happening on the ground, there. Pretty amazing!
What kind of tent is that to the right of the one David Levy is holding onto?
Which David Levy is that?
The one who makes wooden goods - cutting boards in particular, from California.
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