35 Photos - Jan 10, 2012
Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The west wall of the shed was bowed/pushed in by the 120mph winds.  I had to sledge hammer it back straight and reinforced it with diagonal 2x4 braces and lag bolts in the top plate so this won't happen again.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Neighbor's house.  The 120mph winds picked up some plywood he had stacked in his yard and it ripped a hole in his house.Photo: The neighbor's barn was leveled by the 120mph winds.Photo: The piece of plywood ripped off of our roof...retrieved from our neighbors property leaning against his fence a couple hundred yards away.Photo: Photo: Roofers were out before noon the morning after the storm to begin patching the roof.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Where I picked up the section of our roof that was blown off.Photo: A huge divot in the ground where the sheet of plywood landed that was ripped off our roof.  It flew a long way.Photo: Photo: Insulation from the attic...sucked out of the hole in the roof and sprayed EVERYWHERE.Photo: Some windows left over from the shed construction that we had stacked next to the garage.  They were picked up and thrown into the driveway.Photo: Photo: We had JUST finished shingling the shed roof about 8 hours before the storm hit...ripped off some shingles.Photo: Photo: Hole in the roof from a piece of plywood that was ripped off during the storm.Photo: The storm basically chopped off two large sections of two of our trees.