We lost some shingles off the roof and have some water damage on the inside of our house. We currently don’t have power, but we have water, propane for the generator, and most importantly, our lives.
(Our roof above)
Hurricane Irma was supposed to track west of us about 80 miles or so. Unfortunately she decided to go due north at the end. The Category 2 Hurricane slammed into our little town around midnight. We were hit with hours of high winds, some of which pushed over 100 mph. All of our family, friends, and neighbors are fine. But most have at least some damage.
Believe it or not the RV held up better than our house! The fence was knocked over into the RV and it has some dents, but it seems to be okay. Of course we don’t have power so we haven’t tested anything inside.
The solar panels that we Eternabonded down last weekend held up to over 100 mph winds. We haven’t tested them but they look okay from what we could tell.
Hurricane Irma is going to cost us some money and will probably delay our full time RV launch. We are just thankful to be alive and the rest is “just stuff”.