There was a lot of water in my house and it smelled like fish. After I cleaned my house I fixed all the windows and lived there again. I hope I never see another hurricane! My neighbors did not live through the hurricane because they thought they would be safe in there house. My other neighbors lived because they put boards over there windows and evacuated as soon as they could.
My family and I got on a boat along with another family including a little girl, boy, their parents, and grandparents. We went along an island with a famous person’s home. The famous person’s house was pink and kind of small. Then, we went to a small beach and got off of the boat and hiked up a mountain. Once we got to the top of the mountain there was a rock pile and there was the divider of the two island so it was like we were on two island at once.
When Hurricane Katrina came, I was eight years of age and was in the third grade. I was told during school and at home that a hurricane was coming, but I never thought that it was going to be that bad. The day the hurricane came I was still in the city of New Orleans; but the night before, my family went to a bed and breakfast that was located somewhere in the French Quarters. We were in the room that was all the way at the top of the building that had excess to the rooftop to see the overview of the city. As it rained and rained, I never really knew what else was going on throughout the city.
It didn't seem no good for me to stay- I couldn’t nothing, and I didn’t want to get hung if I couldn't get away.” (245) As a result Huck always has to be on his toes. The author suggest that, after Huck has a few dangerous incidents he decides to grow up and become more responsible. “I don't want to blow on nobody; and I ain't got no time to blow, nohow. I gotta turn out and find my nigger”
People had to tear apart house since the water destroyed to inside. Most debris that was floating in the water when the storm was passing, ended up clogging up the storm drains. The clogged drains made the draining process a lot longer. They rescued around 34,000 people in total ( History.com Staff ). When emergency protocol went out, only fifteen nursing homes evacuated and 37 didn’t.
I also didn’t realize that I kept playing wrong notes. I tried my absolute hardest to get my feet back in time since that was more important than one person playing a wrong note here or there. The band members were moving their feet too fast. I tripped. I was shocked that I didn’t fall down.
The other kid was running towards a pile of fresh snow. As I approached he tossed snow and hit me in the face. This snow was very cold. My face went numb. I reached for the kid and took his coat in my hands, and pulled him towards the edge.
The boat was showered with warmth and sunshine. No clouds. Just clean blue sky. Minutes pass by, not one fish touched the bait and suddenly the waves started to lose its rhythm. The waves steadily creeped towards the boat and the weather turned icy grey from a deep blue.
Hurricane Irma Hurricanes appear and throw our world into chaos; over the years, hurricanes have caused extreme destruction all over the globe. In September, Hurricane Irma struck and removed everything in its path. Although the amount of destruction caused was devastating, precautions were taken to help save lives and avoid as much damage as possible. Hurricane Irma escalated quickly, yet humans still remain unsure on how to stop these storms from occurring. Irma originally was a tropical wave that was located off the coast of Africa.