• Glenn Wilson
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    Mexpatriate Steve: Everyone seems to notice the havoc in big things that storms wreak.

    Toppled trees. Drowned plantations. Roofless houses.

    But it is often the small changes that live on. Sometimes noticed. Sometimes not.

    Signs are a good example. Almost all of the free-standing signs passing along helpful hints of better living were humpty-dumptied in the hurricane. What Lorena did not take, Narda did.

    But it was not only billboards. Highway directional signs fell like Persians at Thermopylae. Do you know the way to San Jose became more than just an irritating song title. Along with the highway signs went the traffic control signs.

    More at mexpatriate — in the key of steve: storming through the intersection.

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