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Sandy was very Sandy in OCNJ.  Mound of sand pile the streets as heavy construction equipment is being utilized to move the sand and build temporary barriers from future storms.

Sandy was very Sandy in OCNJ. Mound of sand pile the streets as heavy construction equipment is being utilized to move the sand and build temporary barriers from future storms.

this image reminds me of a recurring dream - no, make that a nightmare - from my childhood.

this image reminds me of a recurring dream - no, make that a nightmare - from my childhood.

Mounds of sand being created by CAT 725 Articulated Dump Truck to help protect the beaches after Hurricane Sandy. OCNJ

Mounds of sand being created by CAT 725 Articulated Dump Truck to help protect the beaches after Hurricane Sandy. OCNJ

Geo Tubes Exposed from Hurricane Sandy, John Deere 700j Crawler Dozer working with a CAT 950F Wheel Loader to set up a sand barrier between the beach and the road.

Geo Tubes Exposed from Hurricane Sandy, John Deere 700j Crawler Dozer working with a CAT 950F Wheel Loader to set up a sand barrier between the beach and the road.

Sand Barriers Built to save the streets from future storms.  Hurricane Sandy took out the sand dunes that once protected the streets and beaches from erosion.

Sand Barriers Built to save the streets from future storms. Hurricane Sandy took out the sand dunes that once protected the streets and beaches from erosion.

Moon-Shine (unidentified group portrait) Not dated Leo J. Beachy (1874-1927) Leo J. Beachy Photograph Collection Maryland Historical Society  Beachy, native to Garrett County, MD, mostly photographed the scenic rural life around him as well as people.

Moon-Shine (unidentified group portrait) Not dated Leo J. Beachy (1874-1927) Leo J. Beachy Photograph Collection Maryland Historical Society Beachy, native to Garrett County, MD, mostly photographed the scenic rural life around him as well as people.

Streets covered in sand from sandy in OCNJ

Streets covered in sand from sandy in OCNJ

At the bottom of Backbone Mt (aka Bloomington Mtn) in Garrett County, Maryland.  A cross for every death as a result of someone coming down the mountain and slamming into this wall.

At the bottom of Backbone Mt (aka Bloomington Mtn) in Garrett County, Maryland. A cross for every death as a result of someone coming down the mountain and slamming into this wall.

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