We took a walk down our street and found most houses suffered roof damage. Few screen cages survived. Most look like a bomb went off. Two sailboats lost their mast. One cat left the canvas up but no obvious problems. A friend with a Beneteau 42 had the Genoa shredded. The old Florida houses...
Thank you Max. That's very thoughtful of you.
We have a solar panel sewed into our bimini. Not sure of the wattage but when we get back today, getting it up and running is one of the first things on the to-do list.
I can't fault them. It's hard to imagine one day everything is normal and the next you're on Mars. Even for me, knowing what I now know, this seems surreal.
As for Amazon, it wouldn't surprise me one bit to see their trucks rolling through the streets. Anyone with access to the Internet is...
You would be wrong. We were both sick as dogs at the time and we were hearing max winds maybe 60-70. So we wrapped them. I shouldn't saw "we" cuz I couldn't get out of bed. Somehow the boat, and sails, survived.
Hurricane Ian has "given us the opportunity" to become liveaboards. Restoring power to the area could be a month away. So we are looking at living on the boat at our dock and trying to have some semblance of a normal life.
As it's been a while since I've been on the hook so I need some help...