Off to find some and top off the fuel tank in my car I grabbed the camera. Due to closed roads I had to head north. Gas stations low on fuel allowed me $25.00. It didn't top the tank but since diesel isn't sold everywhere I was happy to find any at all.
This restaurant had a sense of humor with a "Good Night Irene" sign.
Rite Aid looked serious
Boarded windows or not the fishery touted fresh seafood.
Sears was pretty empty. So were their supplies of
flashlights, batteries, duct tape or generators.
One thing they did have was particle masks.
Target had no tape
No flashlights and I think I got one of the
last three packs of AA batteries
I picked up some of these microfiber towels.
These are great to have on hand since they dry so fast.
(Later when the boat was being backed in the driveway I used them as traffic flags)
I've never seen so few people at Target's check out lines before.
Across the highway Home Goods also gave their windows a new look.
Ihop went with tape snowflakes for theirs.
This place was a little more color coordinated.
No money today. ATM or otherwise.
Another place with a sense of humor.
The first drops of rain began just as I began snapping away.
Forty five minutes later a downpour broke out.
You can see the water pouring off the trailer fender.
Small bags of ice have been pushed into any available space.
The living room looks like a direct hit filled with stacks of clothes
and bags of supplies if we have to leave.
So come on Irene please make your stay brief.
Be safe all.