|Published:||Oct 29, 2012 5:58 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Oct 29, 2012 6:29 PM EDT|
NORTH WILDWOOD, NJ- "I just feel very fortunate that we're here with family and everyone's together. We'll just have to weather it and take care of whatever happens after it happens."
Lorraine Gambone and her husband John split their time between two islands: Fort Myers Beach and North Wildwood, NJ.
It's a barrier island in Cape May County.
Before leaving Florida this year, the Gambone's dealt with Isaac.
"Wwere so prepared when we were down there with Isaac, filling bathtubs, having buckets of water, all kinds of supplies," Lorraine Gambone said.
Now they're dealing with Sandy. Their home in North Wildwood is 5 blocks from the ocean and 3 from the bay. They evacuated Sunday morning and are anxious to see the condition their home is in after the storm passes.
"I just feel very fortunate that we're here with family and everyone's together. We'll just have to weather it and take care of whatever happens after it happens," she said.
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