After investigating Port Herman, we went next door to Hollywood Beach.

The pictures in the left column were taken about an hour after the high point of the flood. The pictures in the right column were taken over the next few days when the tide was back to normal. This gives you a point of reference to see how high the water was.

Don't ask me what the heck is going on with that first picture. But these shots are of the docks overall.

Here's a closer (less blurry) shot of the docks.

This looks like a flagpole growing out of the water.

The boat on the left was tied so tight it was close to sinking. When I came back the next day, it was gone. I hope it didn't sink.

Here's the clubhouse and the boat ramp.

The playground had a new waterslide!

Here are the swing sets.

These pictures were both after the flood, but you can see on the left how all the benches and picnic tables floated up and got tangled in the swing set. On the right you get a better idea of how long the slide really is.

In the first picture you can't even see the docks at all.

I don't know if the covered lift lost its top in the storm, or if the owner removed it, but it's still not there.

This Fountain wasn't there when I went back for more pictures, so here's two pictures of its busted windshield. I'm not sure if it hit the top of a covered lift, or if it had a bimini that got ripped off, but the windshield was destroyed. The owner owes a thanks to Rich Kolbe for rescuing it and tying it to a mooring, otherwise it would have floated away!

Head back to the main Isabel page to see what else I found!