My Personal Hurricane Katrina Video


Hey, hey, turn up your speakers girls and boys. I’m trying to learn how to use “You Tube,” and if I’ve been able to pull it off, you should be able to watch a minute’s worth of video I took on my digital camera near the end of Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005.

The video is shot from the fire escape door next to my office at the church building. The best part is listening to the howling (Katrina’s language). If you look closely, you can see the bayou has risen to the back of our parking lot, which wouldn’t mean much if you didn’t know that the normal level is about 20-30 feet below the back of our parking lot!

3 Responses to “My Personal Hurricane Katrina Video”

  1. Michael Lasley Says:

    I’m not sure what it means when a preacher has an escape door next to his office.

  2. Unicorn Says:

    It means he is not only cautious, but wise!

  3. Al Sturgeon Says:

    Or it could mean he’s not only antisocial, but sneaky!

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