And this great picture!
Richard and June told us later that while the wait for power did seem the least of their worries, they could not achieve melancholy. They knew that looters were already moving from one home to another robbing and perhaps even committing murder. They said they decided to wait out the remainder of the storm in a ravine behind what was left of their home. Perhaps they would be safer there. The did Laugh when they told us that, but we could not see any humor in their situation. I felt sensations of goosebumps as they talked about the violent night.