British Columbia, Canada
I found this site where there is live coverage of Jeanne on real player, and digital doppler so we can follow along what is happening down there to our friends with Jeanne.
After pacing around on the rug to the point of wearing a hole in it, I finally did get through to Sharon (PoetdeVine) on her cel phone. She's not at home, and is in an emergency shelter in her town for the time being. When I was speaking with her you could actually hear the door on the shelter shaking, and the loudness of the winds and sound of the rain were also audible, but she was at least safe. This structure is 1/2 below ground, so of course she was a little more than worried for her family above ground. Turns out Jeanne is a little stronger than figured. I didn't want to wear down her battery in case her family tried to reach her, but wanted to know she was safe from 90-120 mph winds, etc.
I guess all we can do is just pray for our friends in Florida, that this is the last of this.