I am still here I also have both electric, and wifi. Yippee!
The promised pictures do not want to download from the camera to my computer. As soon as I figure that out I will post them. I know, I’m a tech idiot, but I am also a dedicated learner so I will figure it out.
To give you an idea of the kinds of things I can see go to nbc40.net and you will see the local boardwalk floating down the street. The wave spray that came over the sea wall last night is now no longer just spray. Every wave does not come over but those that do are becoming more frequent.
The winds as well are no longer just the gusts from my last post. They are blowing hard and can easily be heard whipping around the building. It is more of a low howl/whistle cross. When a gust blows it is more whistle than howl. There is a heavy truck nearby(across the street) it is an electric service vehicle. You have seen them with the bucket on the back and the tool cabinets on both sides. That machine is rocking back and forth in the wind. Since a small boat would be required to get to my place right now, I am not entirely sure that if the worker, who put it there, was called to go on a service he could use that vehicle. The water is up to the center of the axle.
That means about three feet of moving water just in this street. I am a block from the sea. the site listed above shows a picture of Martin Luther King blvd. That is only a few blocks from the school where many of those evacuated are in the gym. I can only hope that they will not have to be moved from there.
Power allowing, I will return.