sayonara, sandy

Indian River Bridge in DE

Indian River Bridge in DE

Mind you I think the other shoe has yet to fall on many trees around here – the ground is so saturated and those winds yesterday were fierce.  I thought at times the wind sounded like a freight train.

PHOTO: ROAD TO TOWNSENDS INLET BRIDGE FROM AVALON TO SEA ISLE CITY DESTROYED.
The mandatory evacuation remains in effect. No entry to Avalon is permitted until further notice.
Photo taken Tuesday by Avalon Public Information Officer Scott Wahl.

Dewey Beach DE

We are very fortunate that we are not in DE,  NJ or NY (Long Island and NY especially).

I have friends and family in all of those places and I am glad they are safe, although many have no power.

The photos I have found here and there.

Cars swimming in the financial district of NYC post Sandy

Atlantic City, NJ

Outside my friend’s apartment in Jersey City, NJ

From Main Line Media News – death of a Penn Oak :<(

3 thoughts on “sayonara, sandy

  1. Wish there had been more local responses to your request for photos. But maybe the damage was nil. I can say that in my area near Albany NY damage was surprisingly low. Some power outages is all. My complaint is the neighbor’s leaves are now all in my yard. But that’s nothing to sweat about. So yes! Goodbye Sandy. Hello Winter huh?

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