Advertisement Hi every one I am new to Ts and as such I have LOT to learn. I also just so happen to live in the predicted landfall area of Hurricane Gustav. I have 4 Ts. 3 of which are slings. A 4" Rosea, a 1" GBB, a 1/2" Versi, and a 1/4" B. Vagans. Houma, that being where I live, is blessed with ideal humidity for these wonderful arachnids, but it is also cursed with the annual hurricane season. In most cases we will lose power for 2 to 3 days. In REALLY bad storms, we will lose power for a week or more. I am, at the moment, planning on evacuating if the storm continues to strengthen. I plan on putting my Ts in a closet and closing them in. I plan on feeding/watering them on the day I leave. The Rosea will get a fresh bowl of water and I am assuming I can give the GBB a small cap of water as well. The Versi and B. Vagan are the two that I am concerned about. All of my arachnids have plump rear ends so they are stocked as far as that goes... but I am VERY VERY worried about two things... High humidity after the storm, along with no air conditioning for three days or more (I usually keep my apartment at 78-80 degrees) and the lack of a Human being to provide them with fresh water. I have considered taking them with me but I really do not have the means nor know-how on how to fabricate a safe means of transporting and feel that with that in mind, I would case them more harm trying to move them than I would if I just left them be and hoped for the best. I care a great deal for my Ts and do not want them to be harmed/starved in any way, but I really see no options other than leaving them behind and praying for the best. Any ideas? recommendations? How long can Ts survive the potential conditions they may face? If the storm hits any where near Houma, we WILL lose power, and it will be out for at least two to three days. Please help me with any info or advice you can provide. Thanks. P.S. I did search and read through the other topics on hurricanes before posting this, but am still seeking information. thanks again.