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Old 10-20-18, 12:27 PM
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Hurricane damage in Florida?

I'm particularly interested in the Tallahassee to St. Marks Trail. Any damage? Trees blocking trail?

What about the St. Marks end of trail. How is the Riverside Cafe?

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I don't know specifically, but you can try this link, for current satellite photos:
https://storms.ngs.noaa.gov/storms/m....2840/-85.4407
You should be able to scroll over, and zoom in enough to see the St Marks end of the trail, pretty good.

For sure, the entire coast west of there, all the way to PC Beach, is pretty much trashed -
Some new and interesting coastal geography changes are evident, though .........

Tom in Florida, happy to have power back on, after 10 days .............
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Originally Posted by mixteup View Post
I don't know specifically, but you can try this link, for current satellite photos:
https://storms.ngs.noaa.gov/storms/m....2840/-85.4407
You should be able to scroll over, and zoom in enough to see the St Marks end of the trail, pretty good.

For sure, the entire coast west of there, all the way to PC Beach, is pretty much trashed -
Some new and interesting coastal geography changes are evident, though .........

Tom in Florida, happy to have power back on, after 10 days .............
Thanks for the link.

I found the Riverside Cafe in St. Mark's and it looks okay. Don't know about electricity of course.

Also, I could see bits of the trail, but it's the bits I can't see where the problems may be.

Glad you got you power back!

Glenn in Florida
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