We took a direct hit, but got Very lucky. Our place is the highest hill around, and surrounded on three sides by water that any wind has a long fetch across. When it blows from those directions, the wind speed gets increased as it gets pushed up the terrain rise. Last night, the storm passed just to the East of us, so the wind was out of the North. That's the one direction we have protection from. We lost some trees in the stand of timber to the North of the house, but none to amount to anything. We don't even have limbs to pick up in the yard.
The point has been waiting for water, since I got finished planting grass. It's had a few small rains, but not enough to let it do much more than sprout. One good thing about Bermuda, it will wait for the water. The point is looking greener than it ever has. We had not quite 4 inches. There was some washing, but not really much.
Our electricity never blinked. Internet was out for a while, but is back now.
Conditions were pretty sporty at 5 A.M., but nothing like Fran, Floyd, and Isabel.