Crawling Through the Wreckage of Ida

I lost track at 40. When I ran out of recycling bags to fill, I trudged to the drugstore and bought two more containers.

Hurricane Ida swept through my garage, which is on a downward slope from the street. The ferocity of the storm knocked a ladder off wall hooks, swirled plastic tubs of clothing and DVDs around my car, and eviscerated dozens of cardboard storage boxes.

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Longtime writer and crank. Articles come from more than 30 years in journalism and corporate communications. Follow my podcast at MrJeff2000.podbean.com.

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Longtime writer and crank. Articles come from more than 30 years in journalism and corporate communications. Follow my podcast at MrJeff2000.podbean.com.

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