A pine tree lays in the Grays’ front yard after Hurricane Irma came through Manatee County. Despite the number of trees on the property, the house was unscathed.
A pine tree lays in the Grays’ front yard after Hurricane Irma came through Manatee County. Despite the number of trees on the property, the house was unscathed. Hannah Morse hemorse@bradenton.com
A pine tree lays in the Grays’ front yard after Hurricane Irma came through Manatee County. Despite the number of trees on the property, the house was unscathed. Hannah Morse hemorse@bradenton.com

Hurricane Irma: Neighbors share tall trees and good luck

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