Post-Katrina Explorations: NO East Subdivision
Continuing where we left off, here's yet another abandoned house.


Here's another house.

The grass and palm tree are dead, but the weed are back as always.


Here's the first of many pianos we saw on this trip. 

Interesting bit of trivia: Hurricanes hate pianos.


But hurricanes really hate cd racks even more.

I like how the flood pulled this little piano bench balancing act right out of Poltergeist.

And how the hell did the round table end up completely inverted?

This really is the perfect(ly neurotic) storm.


Some more mess.

Again with the TV lemming routine.

I think the Buns/Abs/Thighs of Steel tapes survived.  Further evidence there is no god.


Before you can get the grime off your teeth, you have to get the grime off the tooth paste.

The computer CPUs and monitor seemed to have been placed on the bed to get them out of the water.  Nice try.

Here's a bit of trivia: When you live in southern Louisiana, you habitually take things and put them out of the expected flood depths.  Usually that's only about a foot off the ground.  Just not this time.


The mold is the least nauseating thing about this scene.

Oh, I forgot.  Hurricanes hate girls' furniture as well, which is the one area where Katrina and I actually had some common understanding.

Alexplored 3/16/06, approx. six and a half months after Hurricane Katrina.
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