Batten down the hatches... "Frankenstorm" is going to be moving up the East Coast and nobody knows exactly what will happen or who will get hit the hardest. While my own area is fairly safe, we will be going from a week in the 80's to a possible snow storm, so I'll be doing a bit of winterizing. I've also got a bunch of building materials (from a coop destroyed in a June wind storm) sitting outside that could pose a danger if we get high winds. I'll be moving a bunch of that stuff to a safer location and checking around for anything else that could get blown away. I'll also fill up as many containers as possible with water because if we lose electricity, we won't have water (well pump). If you're in Hurricane Sandy's projected path, what will you be doing to get prepared? If you're an old timer who has seen a storm or two, what suggestions would you pass along to the rest of us?