Friday, November 18, 2005


Say hi to, well, his name is on the building behind him. Jeffries helped his uncle build that house in Pass Christian some six decades ago. It was knocked around by Hurricane Camille - it floated a good 100 feet away - but stayed intact. Katrina did much worse. It floated it only 30 feet away, but cracked severely in half. Such is the way things are in most of Pass Christian. I heard recently, and haven't had a chance to confirm yet, that only 130 or so out of nearly 4,000 of all structures there are useable.
This photo by Joshua Norman

3 Comments:

Blogger missbhavens said...

130 out of 4000?


Oooof.

10:45 AM  
Blogger judypatooote said...

Wow thats not many....when i look at that house, it reminds me of my mom & dads cottege at Lake Erie in Ohio ....We had a big storm that washed it off its foundation, and we thought we could move it back, when another storm came and smashed it to smithereens....it was there probably around 30 years and that was the first really bad storm.....but for us it was a summer home, and my heart goes out to the people with that being their home....thanks for keeping us informed Josh.....

4:27 PM  
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