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Msg  55 of 56  at  9/14/2021 12:41:29 PM  by

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Little wins

A few pics from my morning walk with Gumbo. 

Looks like they finally got rid of the downed palm tree in front of the Diagnostic Imaging Center and replaced it with a new one: 



Also, trimmed and removed the large broken tree branch in front of the LSU Health Center across from the West Jeff staff parking lot:



Sometimes it's attention to details and the little things that really gives one the impression that things are returning to some state of normalcy.  
 
Of course, we're not quite there yet as the following pics from our neighborhood reveal: 










But every day things seem to be getting a little better.  Hopefully Tropical Storm Nicholas won't cause too much damage.  Flash flooding is going to be a real issue for the next few days.  




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