I got back to Naples Thursday night, two weeks later than usual. So, Friday I walked around to see how things look six weeks after Hurricane Irma raced through Naples on September 10.
in residential areas have been cut down or staked upright.
The debris is not along streets or on lawns. It is stacked up in out-of-sight working areas,
waiting to be cut or chipped into smaller pieces or mulch and trucked away.
The pool cages on some houses got mangled.
And some houses had roof damage and are waiting for insurance settlements and/or available roofers.
Some had both roof and pool cage damage, but those are not common in my neighborhood.
Quote a few street lights and road signs bit the dust. In a median strip off Route 41 (Tamiami Trail),
the conventional street signs and an old-fashioned stucco sign both went down.
The conventional signs will be standing soon, but I doubt anyone
wants to pay to restore the old-fashioned stucco sign.
My house is fine. My worst problem is that the door on my mailbox keeps flopping open. Lucky me.