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Departing Apalachicola via Hurricane Michael

Our last day in Apalachicola, we have a leisurely breakfast, cooking up the last of the eggs, using up cream for coffee, milk, we pack up the rest and hit the road.

Today we are going back through some of the hardest hit territory when Hurricane Michael hit. 1t is hard to believe how much damage still exists, and hard to see the trees broken off like toothpicks, the utter lack of tree cover in some areas. Equally unbelievable is the re-building boom going on in this hurricane-prone part of the Gulf. A lot of money going in; I hope they are using steel beam construction and the highest quality prevention.

Mexico Beach

Tyndall AFB

Calloway, FL outside Panama City, FL

Slowly, slowly, people are hauling away the signs of damage and repairing, but there is still a shocking amount of visible damage remaining, and a lot of work to do.

February 5, 2021 - Posted by | Community, Hurricanes, Living Conditions, Quality of Life Issues, Renovations, Road Trips, Travel, Weather | , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Your share emphasizes much grace and ease and I know that is because of the blessings received!

    Comment by Americaoncoffee | February 5, 2021 | Reply

    • You are very kind, Americaoncoffee, and yes, travels are a blessing 🙂

      Comment by intlxpatr | February 5, 2021 | Reply

      • So are you! Have a great weekend!

        Comment by Americaoncoffee | February 6, 2021


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