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This is on main road between Kemah and Seabrook.

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Linda

United States

#1 Sep 13, 2008
Have son/daughter and grandkids with home on LaRochelle Ct. off NASA Rd 1 Anyone know situation of homes in this area?
Marine France

L'aigle, France

#2 Sep 14, 2008
Hi !! again I'm trying to find some infos about Seabrook were live some good friends !!living between lakeside dr street and les tailles dr.
no contest with phone, mail!! somebody get infos please ????
I'm a little anxious !! help me
thanks a lot for all your infos welcome on my adress mail:
[email protected]
Tom

Waco, TX

#3 Sep 14, 2008
I live on La Rochelle. Haven't been home yet but we've heard there was no flooding. There are shingles off roofs, trees down, minor wind damage but no flooding!
Miguel

Louisville, KY

#4 Sep 14, 2008
Any news regarding Nassau Bay.....my folks live on Antigua, just behind the Lutheran Church and about 2 blocks from the lake....wondering how the area looks
guest

Houston, TX

#5 Sep 14, 2008
Miguel wrote:
Any news regarding Nassau Bay.....my folks live on Antigua, just behind the Lutheran Church and about 2 blocks from the lake....wondering how the area looks
water was in over waist deep. it has subsided now but is still in street.
Linda

United States

#6 Sep 14, 2008
Tom wrote:
I live on La Rochelle. Haven't been home yet but we've heard there was no flooding. There are shingles off roofs, trees down, minor wind damage but no flooding!
Thanks for your update. This is truly answered prayer. Are you hearing anything about when we can get in to assess damages?
poonrbc

San Marcos, TX

#7 Sep 14, 2008
Miguel wrote:
Any news regarding Nassau Bay.....my folks live on Antigua, just behind the Lutheran Church and about 2 blocks from the lake....wondering how the area looks
CNN was shoing footage of homes in Nassau Bay yesterday early afternoon and there was flooding in the homes nearest the lake
E Howard Bailey

Corpus Christi, TX

#8 Sep 14, 2008
How about San Leon? Any news from there?
Sherry Hayes Buell

Warrior, AL

#9 Sep 14, 2008
My son and his family live in South Shore Harbor. Does anyone know about this area? I haven't seen anything on the national news about this area. He lives on Opal Sky Court. Thanks.
lynn lumsden

Rosenberg, TX

#10 Sep 14, 2008
my family plans to return to west kemah, and an uncle on Fay street.
have you any video or photo's you could
South Shore Gal

Houston, TX

#11 Sep 14, 2008
Sherry Hayes Buell wrote:
My son and his family live in South Shore Harbor. Does anyone know about this area? I haven't seen anything on the national news about this area. He lives on Opal Sky Court. Thanks.
we're off Sunset Ridge in South Shore and had just our fence down. was w/ out electricity until today. But no water damage around us and near our friends. Looks like SSH lucked out when you look at the mass destruction that is just down the street and across the lake. Really we have been spared from most of it. No power maybe uncomfortable but that is okay when compared to the damage done in Seabrook and Kemah.
Joyce

Ludlow, CA

#12 Sep 14, 2008
I have a good friend who lives in Seabrook on Ocean Ridge Circle. Cannot contact him, of course. Does anyone know how that area was affected by Ike? Thank you.
phil smith

United States

#13 Sep 14, 2008
any info on 1300 plymouth in Seabrook.. about 6 blocks from the water?
My daughter and grandkids live there, with their dad...no news yet..
pgs
Diana

Laredo, TX

#14 Sep 14, 2008
San Leon go hit hard. Looks like a war zone! My best friends house is gone. They think it went into the water. They told her that it might take two months till they get power back. Lots of damage all over. She lived on 24th street. Very sad!
Kelly Corbin

Houston, TX

#15 Sep 14, 2008
11:05pm. Just got an email from the City of Seabrook with voice attachment. All residents WEST of Hwy 146 will be allowed to return to Seabrook starting tomorrow morning, Sept 14, at 6:00 a.m. Be advised that there is no power and Seabrook is under a boil water advisory for the next 4 days. There may not even be water or sewer where you live. The message also reminded us that Seabrook is a disaster recovery area and didn't have many basic services. Good luck to all of you who are able to return. For those of us East of 146, our day will be here soon (I hope!).
James Meaux

Seattle, WA

#16 Sep 14, 2008
Hi All
My sister lives at 918 east meyer Seabrook, any news of how meyer street faired?
Rachel

Peoria, AZ

#17 Sep 15, 2008
I saw on khou today that San Leon was hit pretty hard, with a lot of flooding. Good luck.

E Howard Bailey wrote:
How about San Leon? Any news from there?
stephanie

Victoria, TX

#18 Sep 15, 2008
we live 2555 north repssorph in seabrook - left in a hurry to help parents in south texas where hurricane was suppose to hit but instead hit our area and can't find anything out - can someone please let us know how Regatta Bay made out???? thanks and GOD bless
Kirk Smith

United States

#19 Sep 15, 2008
Linda wrote:
Have son/daughter and grandkids with home on LaRochelle Ct. off NASA Rd 1 Anyone know situation of homes in this area?
I live in Taylor Lake Village off Nasa Rd 1, just past NASA and before SH-146. I weathered the storm down town, but travelled home before leaving Houston.

There is extensive tree damage to the area. Many homes with significant trees (i.e., larger than the height of the house) were sheared, some falling onto homes.

When I departed on Saturday at 9 PM (for Dallas), I checked my house. No windows were blown out and there was no water damage. I did not board up, so I am hopeful that others were not as affected.

Police were stationed preventing people into the neighborhood. Three families (I saw) remained during/after the strorm and were running on generators.

While there is very significant damage, and I don't want to make light of that, it appears that *some* houses in Taylor Lake Village may've been spared the worst of the damage (i.e., there was no standing water and no debris to suggest there was any flooding). Those nearer to Taylor Lake or Lake Pasadena (aka Mud Lake) may've fared worse; sorry I did not survey the area more extensibly as it was after dark.

Good luck and God bless.
Kim Foreman

Radcliffe, IA

#20 Sep 15, 2008
My son is back at the Regatta Bay Apts. No water damage in his apartment!! He said lots of trees down but looks ok for what they have been through. Amazing!! He said they do have water pressure. They had to climb over some trees to get to their apt.

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