View of Todville from Second Street
Street in Old Seabrook.
The view from the side of my yard. The home was moved back several feet and rotated to the left. This door used to face the water on the left.
Looking inside the front door. The wall between the living room and office is gone.
View from my front yard.
Infamous Hilton Hotel on Clear Lake.
This house used to be on the left side of the street... and a bit more up the street too.
John Goode is a quality carpenter. He put up this mailbox array a few months ago and all mailboxes survived unscathed. Another set of mailboxes on the left side are completely gone.
Unfortunately John didn't build his house. It is now gone.
The view from the street. My drivepath is covered in lines. The house has been rotated. The green wall used to face the street. The brownish wall facing the street used to be connected to secondary attachment that is completely destroyed.
My vacuum was trying to send a message to me. Sorry buddy!
Tea bag stuck under the light switch by Ike.
The only vinyl in my large collection that survived unscathed.
Lose the front of your lawn mower? Check Hammer St.
The view from the utility room door.
Notice that every object on the top shelf above the cabinets is in place. Nothing fell off or fell over. The fridge is laying over in the bottom right corner of the pic. Who knows where the stove went.
Looking at the former wall into the bedroom/bathroom-ish area. Maybe the stove went back that direction.
Seabrook's drowning Dairy Queen. Look at the windows and you can see the water-level mark.
Tookie's should survive.
I remember leaving this charcoal grill in the shed. The shed is gone, but the grill stayed.
One Turntable Found. The other is under the floor somewhere...
Earthquake, Tidal Waves. This is a page from the Anchorage newspaper immediately after the 1964 earthquake. From one disaster to another...
This was a new washing machine. Thought it would have held up better to a little bit of water.
Anybody need some used Wii cables?
I actually cooked with that skillet a few days before the hurricane.
Zero rave flyers were damaged even though they were on the floor.
No vinyl enthusiast wants to see this. This tub of records had been rinsed twice, too.
A few sleeves recovered.
Ever cleaned 200 dvds at one time? It takes longer than you might think.
I discovered that cats are useless when cleaning old oilfield stickers.
Yay. I found my autographed copy of Anne Rice's crappy book that literally soaked in sewage. How appropriate.
Bill Clinton's name was literally soaked in petroleum, sewage, and seawater. I'm guessing it was the first time to soak in petroleum...
Merry Christmas everyone! I brought cookies!! No, I bought new cookie cutters. Really. I promise.
The good ol days. When the patio door was still attached to the porch... and faced the north.
For sale. Used Wii Controllers, dinner plates, and lamps. Cheap!