July 13, 2012

Aftermath

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Although it's been nearly three weeks since Tropical Storm Debby stalled and dumped a foot of rain on us, signs of the aftermath are still prevalent.  Immediately after the storm passed, about a dozen boats were scattered on the beach, in the mangroves and elsewhere. All have been claimed except for these.  Typically, a notice is posted on derelict boats and after a certain amount of time if they aren't moved, the city hauls them away and destroys them.  **crunch**  I was hoping to be less busy by now so I could resume regular SDP posts.  Ah, well...the good news is...I'm making progress and feeling better.  Hope everyone is having a good summer! 

6 comments:

We are: clamco said...

How odd that the boats haven't been claimed yet. It would be a shame to destroy them if they're not damaged. They should auction them off.
As for summer, it's been nice and hot up here in the northeast. We could use a little rain tough. Everything is really dry. Crunchy grass.

Lois said...

It's hard to believe no one will claim them. Such a shame!

Michelle said...

That does seem strange that no one claims them.

Jack said...

No one claiming an expensive boat? How strange . . .

Sorry that work is so time-consuming but glad that you are in good spirits. Be well, SRQ.

Jim Klenke said...

can you go put in a claim? id like a 25 footer please

Richard Webdon said...

How strange!No one can claim.
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