Monday, September 12, 2005


Park Service John Deere. It was thrown several hundred yards to the north side of Ship Island.

7 Comments:

Blogger t_cole said...

Was there anything left on the Gulf side of the island?

2:18 PM  
Blogger MKeller said...

Satellite imagery shows that the Gulf side is still there, though heavily eroded. I didn't have the time to get over there. My concern is whether the five or six deep water rigs that blew off their wellheads. Next time I get out there, I will be looking for tar balls on the sand and in the mid-island marshes.

2:56 PM  
Blogger gendergappers said...

great blog and pics - so much better than anything on tv.

3:25 PM  
Blogger t_cole said...

Thanks Mike.
I just remember all those wonderful hot salty boat rides out to the island. As a kid, a teenager, a college kid and as a mother. Giddy anticipation going and sunburned beyond recognition returning.
So thankful that I was able to get two of my three young'uns out there before Katrina.
I guess it's safe to assune that the pavillion on the Gulf side is gone??? Thank goodness the fort remains. Please do let us know what you find.
gratitude and best wishes...
tcole

3:45 PM  
Blogger Jia Li said...

almost looks like a toy in a sandbox. It is amazing what a storm can do...

7:04 PM  
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