Kevin, we were over there Monday as well, hosing out the place and adding to mounds of flood junk on the street. Sorry to hear about the cottage at Bald Point. I took the Magnum off of the boat lift, put it on the trailer, and then parked it in the car port, and SH@#$!, it damn near started to float off of the trailer during the flood! The plug was out so it wouldn't have gone far, but every thihs is OK. I just never figured on anywhere near that much water. Everyone thought maybe 6" in the street at most, and none in the houses. We had 26" of seawater and gunk in out place.
Luckly, we didn't have much in the house that we couldn't live without. It's totally dry now, and probably cleaner than it ever been. I just brought in another used frig, TV, and some other stuff and we're ready to keep on enjoying the summer. Some folks down there didn't do so well, like the folks across the street from Steve. They lost almost everything. Car, truck, camper, decent stuff in the house. You name it . . . gone.
Cuda, once I go married (to an FSU girl), I'm not allowed to go down there anymore . . . but sometimes you just got to go through campus, you' know, to get around traffic and stuff!