|This house was already gutted, but of note was...|
|...this sign out front which gave instructions
for the exact placement of a FEMA trailer.
I certainly hope these weren't provided by the homeowner. I seem to recall an expression about how beggars can't be chosers.
|This was a particularly badly damaged
car. A lot of cars had their trunks open, which Dani interpreted
as having been done by looters.
Note also the roof on the house to the left.
|This shotgun house (two residences, side
by side) was wide open and hadn't been gutted yet, unlike most of the other
houses in the area, so I headed over to it.
That's a respirator mask on the railing.
|This is the view through the front door.
The stuff on the walls is mold, not really tasteless wallpaper.
|A lot of the wood furniture in areas like
this ended up toppled over after it floated up.
In case you didn't spot it, that's the first & second seasons of Seinfeld on dvd.
|There's no telling how many portraits were ruined in the flood.|
|Worse yet, entire albums were ruined.
Every page looked of this album looked like it was done by Van Gogh on
a bad day.
I don't know if this album had been pulled out and placed on the couch after Katrina or if this family took a last look through it just before they evacuated.
|More of the mess.|
|Considering how many people she screwed, it should come as no surprise that Katrina is really wild in the sack.|
|Continue to Part II|