The morning after the hurricane. Lots of leaves down but thank goodness no trees.
The old Toyota made it!
Beside garage. Lots of leaves and small branches from the oaks.
Lots of branches here.
Mom contemplates the work to be done.
Small tree belonging to neighbor in the rear. Just leaned up against the fence.
Big oak split down the middle in yard next door (Groff's old house). They already got an estimate from the fly-by-nighters the day after--$5000.00!!!! They are going to wait a few days.
Tree down across the street. Tree was almost dead so it was not a surprise.
Tree broken off on the corner of Holborn and Tollhouse.
Big oak uprooted and over the driveway. There is a Buick and a Cadillac under that mess. Buick was crushed, the Cady may make it. This is on Tollhouse.
Another view. Were not many roots holding that baby up.
This is in the back yard of Ev Grenke, who lives across the street from the oak that hit the cars. He had two big oaks uproot.
View across the street from Brad and Karen's. Tree was in the across the middle of the street.
View of their sidewalk.
View of house.
I am standing in their front yard looking at the spot that the tree fell from.
The state moved fast to get it from the street.
Tree that uprooted in their back yard. Tree was actually on their neighbor's side but when the ball came up it was in their yard. Played hell with the fence too.
View looking the direction of fall. Made a glancing blow to a two year old bath house. It also hit his detached garage.
This house was around the corner from Brad and Karen's.
Christina says "What's all the excitement?
Dad explains the problems that come with a hurricane.
This is a picture for the scrap book.
Look the sun is out, but 12 hours before the wind was howling and causing all the damage.