I am so happy to be writing this post, happy and blessed. Happy that I finally got power and heat last night, and internet this morning, and blessed that our home was untouched by the storm. As I write this post, I feel deeply for those who lost so much and still have no heat, as this new northeaster approaches – snow is already on the ground, and it is very cold outside.
I count my blessings; Sandy was a humbling experience for certain. Here are a few pictures of some of the damage to my neighborhood in Cliffwood Beach, NJ, which is truly nothing when compared to other nearby towns.
Tree on my neighbor’s home.
Giant pine tree down.
The beach front – tons of debris, a surge at 2.00 am damaged the area.
The boardwalk was cut in half.
Neighbors survey the area the next morning.
The dunes are gone and the street becomes the beach.
Poles and power lines under water.
Whale Creek overflows, and at one point, meets the ocean and Treasure Lake. Cliffwood Beach is surrounded by the Raritan Bay, Treasure Lake, and Whale Creek; however, it is set up high, in a small cliff. Looking through the 2nd floor window, I saw waves were land was supposed to be.
Neighbors come together helping each other.
And this is how I count my blessings.
8 thoughts on “After Sandy, the Next Northeaster in Cliffwood Beach, NJ”
So glad you are okay, Maria. We are also.
Glad to hear that 🙂 Blessings to you and yours.
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Thanks for stopping by Inkspeare and sharing. Wishing much success with all your endeavors, and a blessed life 🙂
Thanks the Lord for your and the others for being ok.Your pictures tell the whole thing. Our thoughts with those who need help .Blessings
Thank you so much for liking my post.Have a wonderful day.Jalal
Thank you, many blessings to you as well.
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