In between rain and snow (it is spring?) I went over to the marina and a few other spots along the bay to see how things were going.
The bay is very unusually high in spots. I have read that storm related changes to the underwater topography along with sunken debris is causing this issue.
One hard hit restaurant put up new fencing to protect people from the rubble and that fence has since been knocked down by new flooding.
The business across the road can't get all the debris cleared yet.
A brighter spot up the road - Mike is rebuilding. Since 1961 Mike's Subs was a small fishing shack like building. Great food and great people. He was wiped out by Sandy.
The new shop is up off street level. A lot of folks are looking forward to the grand re-opening.
Further down, away from the business district the bay looks rough and bits and pieces of destroyed piers hang about.
As I headed back home I was rerouted by a road crew who were prepping to restore some underground systems.
Guess this says it all