|Notice the pine tree. I'm not sure what happened there, but it looks like something took a bite out of the side.|
|A couple of the posts for the grape vines have fallen over.|
|The corkscrew willow in the front yard has been dying/falling over for a couple of years now, so it was decided to cut it down to prevent it from falling on any houses/cars.|
|Snapped branches on pine trees in the field.|
|Strawberry bed is missing a side.|
|Screen door at grandma's house.|
|The rest of the screen door- looks like it was more glass than screen...|
|Oops, one more piece of door.|
|Siding on a shed.|
|The new backyard, minus some trees/bushes. Maybe grass will grow back there again?|
|Good thing we didn't have a dog living in here anymore.|
|Fruit tree in the garden. I think this was a peach. Not too sad, because it would have had to come out anyway, it's where our house will be.|
|Broken fence, where the tree broke off and crushed it. The clean up crew had the fallen part chopped up and hauled away amazingly fast this morning.|
|New, flat roof, on the chicken coop. Hopefully it will work until spring. We can now call it the chicken cube.|
|Siding damage from the coop roof hitting the shed.|
|We'll need to get a new boat cover. The boat looks okay, maybe a little scratched up. We haven't looked under the cover to be sure.|
|There's the roof! It put some nice gouges in the back corner of our camper too.|
|Siding damage, so that's where the wasps were coming from.|
|Up high there's siding damage where the cable wire was pulled out of the wall. The cable is now laying on the ground.|
It's been a really great feeling to see all the neighbors out working together to get things cleaned up. They're piling stuff up at a church building down the street, and from there it's being hauled to the dump. I'm not sure how the dump is going to keep it there, but at least it would have to blow a long way before it hit anything from that point. Kyle brought home a load of pine for our wood pile when he came home for breakfast/lunch. I'm not sure when they'll be done.
The majority of trucks going by are full of pine branches. It's surreal.
UPDATE: Round 2 of the wind storm petered out, so YEA. No more damage.