Hurricane Katrina thundered ashore ten years ago this week, leaving devastation and chaos behind. It was the costliest natural disaster in history of the United States. Over 1200 people died, tens of thousands of people relocated and property damage exceeded $105B.
Remember when you used to visit the farm? You could ride on the tractor, feed and cuddle the animals, ride the pony and eat the food straight from the garden. Now you and your family can experience that again.