Tin from the barn roof in the front yard.
Tree limbs in the front side yard
ruffled shingles on the right edge (North) side of the front roof.
Tin in the south side yard
Tin and timbers in the south yard outside of the bushes
Tin on the pond's dam, south side of property
Tin and tree limbs in back yard. This tree is a maple and was broken up quite a bit.
Hackberry tree. This is where most of the barn roof ended up. Back yard on the south side. You can't see the tin that is up in the tree.
Another view of the Hackberry tree. You can see the wire rolled up on the utility pole. It was attached to the garage before the storm.
Back yard. You can't see the damage in the upper part of the tree because of the elm tree behind it.
North side yard, more limbs
Inside of the barn looking up at the East side.
another view of the pile in the side yard. Electrician truck to repair the electric line to the garage.
limbs in the side yard.
Back side of garage. You can see the power line that has been ripped from the peak of the garage and still hanging on the right side. Plus all the limbs and tin.
Shingles missing off the south side of garage.
lower patio. grill was moved 10 feet and flipped onto its back. Table top taken off legs and moved. ironically the chairs are fine!
Side view of barn roof.
North side of barn. Roof almost completely gone. most of the trusses have been broken off too.
Inside the barn, looking to the west side roof.
Inside the barn center of north roof.