New Orleans to Jacksonville (April 2006)

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St Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square
Cafe du Monde is open. Many tables were available whenever I passed by
Visiting Ministry workers taking time off to visit Cafe du Monde
French Quarter across Cafe du Monde
Ministry Groups are frequent in New Orleans and appear to be contributing importantly to the recovery
Late afternoon in the French Quarter off Jackson Square. Most stores are open. Business appears very slow.
Snoozing in the heart of New Orleans
Signs of recovery work are all over. A good part of French Quarter is restored. Tourism is obviously down.
The Clover Grill, a local eatery in the French Quarter
Preservation Hall will open last week of April...I'll have to make another trip
Preservation Hall will reopen last week of April 2006
This A&P store has been in the French Quarter for years
Streets are quiet in French Quarter
Many establishments have job postings. Most restaurants and hotels are short-staffed
Destoyed homes behind 17th St levee
17th St levee behind these homes
Repairing the 17th St Levee
Destruction near the 17th St levee
"I caught a fish", on Lake Ponchartrain
A severely destroyed home with contents outside
Abandoned store in New Orleans near 17 St Levee
Extensively destroyed service station, New Orleans. This is 7 months post-Katrina
This is the 17th St levee which breached
A destroyed Sam's Club, New Orleans
Special Operations, Homeland Security, New Orleans
Destruction, New Orleans
Cries for help, Ninth ward, New Orleans
Abandoned homes, 9th Ward, New Orleans
A destroyed shopping center in West End, New Orleans. This movie theatre showed the Rocky Horror Movie daily
Chalmette received major flooding from the breech in the Industrial Canal. To the west (across this bridge) is the Ninth Ward
Repairing the 17th St Canal
Messages to Looters
Abandoned vehicle, Chalmette
Abandoned vehicles, Chalmette
Historic Lighthouse at point in West End
Destroyed auto with 17th St Canal in background
Heavily flooded New Orleans areas like Chalmette had 6 feet or more of flood waters
Looking inside a flooded home, New Orleans
Hats 'hanging' on fence of damaged home, New Orleans
Squad checking out a home, New Orleans
A Catholic prep school in the Garden District
Tulane campus
Chipmonk on Tulane campus, New Orleans
At Vaughan's, a neighbourhood bar in Bywater section, New Orleans
Vaughan's, a bar in Bywater section of New Orleans (featured by Anderson Cooper on CNN, April 2006)

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