The bars are all open and the restaurants are closed. Sounds like New Orleans!
A couple trees are fallen an there are branches and leaves all over the place. Fortunately, I'm yet to hear of any severe damage or personal injury. A couple apartment buildings have power now, but the majority of residents are without.
Isaac was an interesting experience, but I'm definitely ready to get back to a normal schedule! Kirk, please stay away :).
Got a lovely voice mail from the Electric Company saying they won't restore power lines until the winds are below 30mph. Makes sense. The pictures and news casts I've seen show the worst damage to be over Mississippi, not Louisiana. Still yet to hear of any injuries or damages in New Orleans.
The storm seems like it's passed. There is just some light rain and low winds. From my view, nothing is damaged or broken. The trees are all where they should be and the roads aren't terribly flooded. Of course, we can expect to live without power or a day or so. Luckily I have a great stack of books and some magazines I bought for the occasion!