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August 29, 2006 is the one year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
While Houma and north of rebuilt pretty quickly, the bayou country
after being flooded by levee breeches caused by Hurrican Rita about
one month after Katrina is still striving to rebuild.

The people of the Bayou Country are making remarkable progress in
efforts to rebuild their homes, communities and lives.
It will take some time, but these people are a strong people
and many have been through this more times than they can count.

Please keep in your prayers and thoughts not only the survivors
trying to put their lives back together, but, also the ones who
were killed during the Hurricane in New Orleans, LA, Gulfport, MS
Waveland, MS and many other places.

These pictures were either taken by me or another person, but all
are in Terrebonne Parish.

You can see Picts of the New Orleans and Gulf Coast area on my
Other Katrina/Rita links in the left menu.
More pictures will be added here in the near future.


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Terrebonne Parish Areas Hit by Katrina and Rita


Katrina

Ashland

Bayou Dularge

After Flood


Dulac, LA

Chauvin

Chinook

Cocodrie


Dr. Beatrous Rd


Dulac, LA

Washed up Graves

Hwy 315
Dularge, LA


Lil Caillou School

Montegut Elem. School


Navigation
Ship Channel


Waterspout

Waterspout





Credits/Disclaimer


New Orleans and Gulf Coast Areas Affected by Katrina


Damage to the Superdome

Damage to the Superdome

LA Supedome

Superdome after Repairs

Superdome by Big J

Superdome by Big J

Flood Waters at the Dome

New Orleans

I-10 in Metairie, LA

I-10 East in Metairie, LA

N.O. Convention Center

U.S. Army Patrolling
New Orleans Downtown


Superdome and Area
I-10 Business
New Orleans, LA


New Orleans Evacuates

Katrina Makes Landfall
August 29, 2005


Katrina makes landfall

Slidell, LA

I-10 Twin Span
New Orleans, LA


I-10 Twin Span
New Orleans, LA


Boats Washed Up

Bridge at Oceansprings, MS

Cars Piled Up
Credits/Disclaimer




Big J's Opinion of the Mess in New Orleans, LA