Hurricane Irene takes cottage

Irene takes house
Billy Stinson comforts his daughter, Erin, as they sit on the steps where their cottage once stood in Nags Head, North Carolina. The home, built in 1903 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was destroyed by Hurricane Irene.

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6 thoughts on “Hurricane Irene takes cottage”

  1. I’ve actually been through Margaretville, NY. It is kind of on the way to Cooperstown from New York City. I remember in the 70’s when the government built a bridge on the Outer Banks to go over an area of the Sound to avoid repeated flooding. Looks as if they will need a bigger bridge…

        • Nope, I bet some very good men and woman built that bridge and can damn well do it again!
          I hardly ever go into the political stuff coz I believe if their mouth is moving, then they’re lying.
          But…WE built it once, We can build it again. We’re the backbone of this world. Yup, us. Let’s show them coz they are all obvious morons. This world is in big trouble.

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