On the left of this picture is where the damage was. In real life, you can see tarps flapping where home owners and volunteers have covered gaping holes in houses to prevent further damage to the interiors.
Another shot of across the lake, closer this time, but you still can't really see how the trees are laid over. My crappy phone camera does an amazing job for a 1 pixel, but it just can't zoom in to get that kind of imagery. You can see how hard the wind was blowing yesterday by the white caps farther out.
Didn't see any boats out on it and you can't blame them. You should've seen my hair after wandering out for just a few minutes.
I'm delighted to tell you that I've seen trees and flowers in bloom and I even saw one tree (I think it was a weeping willow) that had leaves budding out on it. I was thrilled. It'll be spring before you know it. God knows the weather's certainly been spring-like, with temps in the 70's and tornadoes already. And gee, storm season is just beginning. We're due some rain and t-storms this week. Ah, well. That's why we enjoy sunny days like yesterday in spite of the wind.