2012 update: HURRICANE SANDY http://tiny.cc/m8m2mw
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This amazing photo comes to us courtesy of Marcy Cohen, all rights reserved. (Click on it.) As you can see, the Croton Yacht Club was completely surrounded by Irene's storm surge. We saw earlier today that the water had receded quite a bit (the power of a good telephoto lens) but we still don't know the extent of the damage if any. We'll let you know as soon as we do.
Incidentally, our readers at Half Moon Bay said they were all okay.
WOW. Great shot Marcy! Thanks EC for posting it. I hope there isn't any structural damage.ReplyDelete
thanks EC and Penelopeo!ReplyDelete
Kudo Marcy, excellent photo.ReplyDelete
Great photo Marcy! Also thanks to Everything Croton for keeping on top of everything during the storm. I knew what was open, what wasn't, where to get sand, where to go in case of emergency, I had telephone numbers for verizon and cablevision, knew who among my friends had power or not, etc.ReplyDelete
GREAT job guys!
Did the condos flood at Half Moon Bay?ReplyDelete
What an amazing photo. No flooding or power loss at half moon baby in answer to your question.ReplyDelete
Great picture.WE had minor damage at the Croton Yacht Club thanks to the membership that did alot of storm preparations, and that were on hand during the storm surge to take care of any needed problems.Come on down for Riverday next weekend.Kenny Schulze Commodore CYCReplyDelete
That's amazing that the Half Moon Bay (or Baby!)condos did not flood considering they are right next to the river. How did they hold back the water?ReplyDelete
They did have some flooding along the walkway so we were told but not to the homes it seems. As to why they didn't have more, we don't know.ReplyDelete