Clean Up after Hurricane Charley, August 13 - 14, 2004 (page 4)

SunBelt Landscape picked up any trees or branches if they were left at the curb.
From a vacant lot Dumpsters
I gathered this small pile from the vacant corner lot next to our house. Such piles ended up in dumpsters.
on Heritage Drive
Most piles were bigger.
Mulch
They were shredded by a giant 'chipper'.
I cleaned up that whole pile of mulch by myself. It is amazing what a man can do with a shovel and garbage can!
Back-Hoe
I started out by myself.
Back-Hoe
About half-way through Pete came over to supervise!
OK, OK. I confess. I had a little, teeny, amount of help from the professionals.
Back-Hoe
The back-hoe just climbed to the top of the pile.
Back-Hoe
I am surprised it did not get stuck!
Hurricane Coming Here is a picture from the Heritage Marina on the eve of Hurricane Charlie. This was taken by Joanne Urso with her new digital camera.
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All in all, we came through Hurricane Charley quite well, especially considering it essentially hit us head on.