Sunday, May 1, 2011
I'm sure many of you are aware of the terrible storms that rolled through the south this past week. Many of our friends have been impacted by that system. And we want to let them know that we have been keeping them in our thoughts and prayers. We were very fortunate here as our damage was limited to roof & siding damage from all the hail. Thankfully, our vehicles were parked in the garage that day. Our camper didn't fare quite as well as it was parked outside and also sustained hail damage. But we can fix it and are thankful it wasn't worse than it was. Our hearts go out to all the families who lost loved ones and friends as well as those people who have lost many of their earthly possessions. I imagine that the clean-up will be a lengthy one. Joe is on our roof at this very moment trying to secure some shingles before the rain hits tomorrow.
The photos posted here are from the Camp Creek area in Greene County where some of our "bluegrass" friends live. Although they miraculously escaped the wrath of the storm their possessions and some of their neighbors did not.
Posted by M at Sunday, May 01, 2011 No comments:
Labels: tornado damage; camp creek
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