Four years after Katrina, the devastation wrought by the storm was still visible along the Mississippi coast. The resilience of the local community was just as easy to see.
It’s night. A group of figures sits around a counter as light streams out of the building. You don’t know who they are or what they are thinking, but the scene feels familiar nonetheless.
The truck screeched to a stop about ten yards from us. A voice came from the blackness behind the wheel of the pickup: “Y’all take a picture of us!”
Photo Gallery: We got to the Gulf Coast one year before the BP Oil Spill would try to destroy it, four years after Katrina had wreaked its own havoc.
Photo Gallery: It started out as simple boat rental in the middle of the Okefenokee swap, and nearly ended up with four brave souls going down with the ship as gator bait…