Saugatuck Shores was hit hardest by today’s near-nor’easter. Jennifer Seymour reports:
2 hours after high tide, there was still several feet of water. My husband rescued me and my sons by kayak on the island side of the Saugatuck Island bridge. I lived here during Irene and Sandy, and have seen nothing close since then.
With Saugatuck Shores flooded, Jennifer Seymour’s husband and daughter paddle a kayak.
One view of Saugatuck Shores …
… and another. Yes, that’s a road. (Saugatuck Shores photos/Jennifer Seymour)
Longshore’s ER Strait Marina …
… and nearby Evan Harding Point. (Longshore photos/Scott Smith)
The Soundview Drive seawall took a pounding … (Photo/Andrew Colabella)
… but it doesn’t faze Soundview resident Paul Lane. He’s lived there for decades, and weathered many storms. (Photo/Betsy P. Kahn)
An old standby: the Compo cannons. (Photo/Andrew Colabella)
Quentin Road, off Compo Beach Road. (Photo/Bruce Becker)
Grove Point Road was underwater too. (Photo/Andrew Colabella)