This is a picture off the internet…the only one. It makes a good opener.
The street the homes were on where we worked.
Sandbagging the front before the storm.
Actual waterline was above the roof.
More debris on the roof.
Better example of where the waterline was.
All the homes are starting to crumble. Check out the bricks on this more modern home.
We worked behind this home.
Insulation soaked up the water too. The blades on the ceiling fan are sagging.
The “before” picture.
Sequence shots of tin shed being dismantled. Top L.; Top R.; Bottom L.; Bottom R.
Much of the material went through the house to be piled in the front.
The big tree that brought us to this location in the first place, we saved for last.
Bishop Stock and ???
The “after” picture.
The pile we made in front.
Mormon helping hands come together.
Bad timing in taking this shot. I kept it in because I believe this is where one of the breaches occurred, and there was a lot of activity going on to fix the wall. Look at the damage on the other side of the wall.
On the same bridge, I took a shot of downtown New Orleans.
Baton Rouge Stake work project in Chalmette (East of New Orleans) on January 28