I was getting a bit stir-crazy sitting around the apartment on Saturday night, so I decided to head out…somewhere. I called a few of my favorite watering holes along the Hertel Avenue strip, but there was no answer. I called one on Main St, to find they didn’t answer either. Time for me to go hunting for another tavern which had power. I found Gecko’s but I found other pictures of interest on the way.
Much of the damage I found was elsewhere, but along Cunard Road I found interesting items, such as a few branches down shown in front of a house in figure 51.
In each of the cases, there are not a lot of branches down, such as in both figures 52 and 53.
Across the street from the North Park Academy, School 66, I spent some time poking around looking over the trees down. Looking across the street from the school in figures 54 and 55, some branches are down in piles.
Further south along Cunard shows fewer branches along the street as is shown in figure 56.
But looking into the parking lot of the school, some water in figure 57 is running off the melting snow and wprking its way into the street.
In §5.2, I looked at the area around the North Park Academy. In this section, I look at branches downed on the Academy grounds itself.
To the southwest of the school building, figures 59 and 60 shows branches down in front of the building.
After checking out the branches around North Park Academy, I continued along Cunard and found a few more branches along CUnard as seen in figures 62 and 63.