Although it was five years ago, I remember the scene vividly. It was early Tuesday morning after a stormy Monday night along the Louisiana/Mississippi coast. A feisty lady named Katrina had roared through the area leaving a hurricane’s typical downed power lines, torn up roofs, and uprooted trees in her wake. Downgraded from a category five hurricane, Katrina was still powerful when she hit the city of New Orleans. Yet the damage had been tolerable. Residents at local saloons in the French Quarter were jubilant.
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