Thursday, February 19, 2009

Bolivar Peninsula

The Paul and The Judy are visiting this week. We drove down to the Bolivar Peninsula - the first time I've been down that way since Hurricane Ike in early September. It still looks similar to a war zone. These stretches of beach used to be covered in stilt homes. Now, it's just the stilts...and other important things such as abandoned sinks, refrigerators stuck in trees, car skeletons littering the brush, and rusting cheese graters. I had no idea that now, five months later, it still looks like this. Mother Nature really is something.




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3 comments:

Holli said...

Looks like a ghost town. Creepy. What was your mom holding? And, how do you go to the bathroom in a place like that?

Amy said...

your pictures are wonderful....you are GREAT at photography.....

Erin said...

My mom's holding a cheese grater. She was looking for things to loot. I made her put it right back where she found it. As far as the bathroom, there were several toilets thrown in the bushes. Maybe you could use one of those.

Amy, thanks.