Hurricane Gustav

So, it looks pretty bad for New Orleans. This hurricane is stronger than Katrina. Thankfully, most people seem to actually be leaving this time, including my friend .

I’m also a little worried about my own family. Houston is in Gustav’s potential-path-cone, and having been through a couple bad ones as a kid, I don’t want to know what a category-5 would do. There have been a few close calls with our house being flooded before, and if Gustav hits Houston, it could be really, really bad. For reference, here‘s what Houston looked like after a heavy tropical storm, my senior year of high school. Here‘s other photos (and more).

So, please keep everyone who could be affected in your thoughts over the next couple days.


2 Responses to “Hurricane Gustav”

  1. 1 Mom September 2, 2008 at 2:07 am

    As for the hurricane, you probably know that it has hit west of NO and is not even going to give us much chance of rain. Too bad for Louisiana, but lets hope the rain and storm move on.

  2. 2 Driftingfocus September 4, 2008 at 8:21 am

    Yeah. I know it missed NO, but I wonder how Acadiana fared, since that’s where it seemed to hit.

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