Members of the Reeves and Parker families gather in the backyard and work on starting a barbecue at a local Airbnb property on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas. The families discovered the availability of the historic Brownsville property as they searched for a place to stay after leaving Four Bluff, Texas ahead of then-Hurricane Harvey's landfall which has caused devastation near the Corpus Christi area of Texas.
Members of the Reeves and Parker families gather in the backyard and work on starting a barbecue at a local Airbnb property on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas. The families discovered the availability of the historic Brownsville property as they searched for a place to stay after leaving Four Bluff, Texas ahead of then-Hurricane Harvey's landfall which has caused devastation near the Corpus Christi area of Texas. Jason Hoekema AP
Members of the Reeves and Parker families gather in the backyard and work on starting a barbecue at a local Airbnb property on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas. The families discovered the availability of the historic Brownsville property as they searched for a place to stay after leaving Four Bluff, Texas ahead of then-Hurricane Harvey's landfall which has caused devastation near the Corpus Christi area of Texas. Jason Hoekema AP

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