Me neither Phyllis. Costs us too, but you will scratch you head on this one. No losses during SAR calls, nor during the storms...but a week or two after, during "training" missions, that is when things go terribly wrong, and last month's rescuers become statistics with head stones sitting over them...
Or don't want to know/acknowledge the meaning of "get the H out of there."
I can understand if there is a legitimate reason (like my friend who is a maternity nurse/maternity surgical nurse who was on-duty during the hurricane [many of her patients could not leave for obvious reasons].) It's those who make your job that much more interesting that I can't understand.
*:kitty:s, ferrets and lunamoths are in the mail with all their necessaries*
Just posting a hope that your brothers of the Coast Guard won't have any "Katrina-like" difficulties in Texas. (:kitty:s, ferrets and lunamoths heading down there after everything's given the green light.)