More On-The-Ground Green Turtle Cay Photos (Post-Dorian)

Many thanks to Trina Sasine (she and her husband Robert own Sandpiper, on Gillam Bay) for allowing me to share these photos, taken in the days following Hurricane Dorian.

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Home of George and Annabelle Cross
“Papa Floyd’s House” at left
A view of the New Plymouth Settlement from the hill – seems so cold and bare without all the foliage.
Gillam Bay House
Home of Rome Heyer
Trina and Robert Sasine’s Sandpiper

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  2 comments for “More On-The-Ground Green Turtle Cay Photos (Post-Dorian)

  1. September 17, 2019 at 9:26 am

    An air curtain burner would handle a vast majority of the solid waste created by this event . An air curtain burner creates a much cleaner burn, with little or no smoke and a more complete burn, leaving less ash residue.

    They are often used in the States to assist with disaster debris clean-up.

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