I thought it would be fun to give you a view of what happens when you are a tourist and decide to ignore “Flood Warnings, High Wind Warnings, and Severe Weather Warnings.” I hope you enjoy the end result of not being able to fix stupid. A good case of Schadenfreude.
This first photo is of a car parked by a campsite. The wheels are buried and looks to be abandoned given the open door.
Here is what is left of the campsite
More of same. The people obviously just walked off.
This is a shot of a dog bed, belt, and pants. Who leaves behind a dog bed?
I had to take one last shot of this abandoned camp. They not only left the dog bed but someone’s pillow. I don’t get that at all.
Wonder where the charcoal grill is? It is right here along with a pop-up at a different camp.
Here is another swamped camp. The tide came in about 3 am so I’m sure waking up was a rich and rewarding experience.
Here is an upside down pop-up frame that I’m sure the folks were looking forward to using the next day. It is buried.
This is the piece de resistance. Trust me this is not a cabin cruiser.
We had more thrills with a stuck motorhome. The little dog is concerned
A good Samaritan decided to help pull the motorhome out with his surplus army truck.
Now we see no good deed goes unpunished. The truck got stuck, and the crane is needed to pull it out.
More truck drama
The truck is out now it is the motorhome’s turn. Yes, it got unstuck. The cost for this kind of thing runs about $1000.00. Might have been cheaper to turn on the radio last night.
“I enjoyed sniffing all that stuff, Boss.”
“I’m glad you did, Lucy. You did a nice job of it.”