Ambergris Caye spared…

Sunday, June 27th, 2010


The morning after Tropical Storm Alex passed over the country of Belize dawned hazy and overcast. A quick walk down the beach showed little to no damage on shore.

Lots of seagrass washed up…bring with it the requisite debris…

trees did lose a few branches and lots of leaves…

families are out scoping the aftermath, and finding that not much damage was done...
some areas eroded more than others…

the waves are a bit stronger, and the water level is higher…

One casualty that was located in the seagrass was this sea turtle…
A call was placed to Hol Chan…
The young man (and shy friend) who found the turtle…

 

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