We drove because there was no way we were going to get piper there in her stroller. While we were pulling out of the drive way we noticed that one of our side tree had snapped in half and was blocking the sidewalk. Needles to say once we got to our neighbors Mark wrangled them up to help move the tree to a safer space.
|The first tree that fell victim to Hurricane Sandy, in it's resting spot|
After eating dinner and the gailing winds outside I thought it was time to make our way back home.
While watching tv, Mark and I heard a load boom. Mark grabbed a flashlight to see what caused the boom to find out that out 20+ year old spruce had snapped in half and fell away from the house, luckily.
|The Spruce that fell away from out house|
|The destruction of two trees|
|The other tree that thankfully fell away from the house aswell|
|What our house looks like after the storm, a few shutters lost and a tree that needs to be cleared.|
|The large branches that fell off of trees in the backyard|