The storm is over and tonight the moon is out, all is good.
We had a lot of wind and one tree that came down, on my fence, so that has to be fixed.
Our village was under water and today we drove through to see how things were. You could see the water that was still around the homes and a few with pumps, getting the water out of the basements.
Usually a boat or two gets thrown into someones yard, but today, just one left it's mooring.
Since we were in the village, I decided I wanted to go see the old church. When I was a kid, I went to a Baptist church in town and we would hold special services in the Old Narragansett Church. It is the oldest Episcopal church in the Northeast, built in 1707.
Here is the church from the side with the old gravestones. Now it is open for tours only.
We decided to take a drive south and go to the URI bay campus. It is a nice place to enjoy the views of the bay and the coastlines. There were still some waves and this poor guy couldn't sit and relax for long, before he got hit with one.
And a few were just too much, so he had to get off the rock when those hit. It was nice to get out and I hope that the rest of the states are able to get back to enjoying their lives again.