Historical archive Covering the May 12, 2000 "St. Nazianz Storm" and Recovery  

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St Marys Convent Front.jpg (71080 bytes) I have pictures of the largest building in St. Nazianz, the St. Mary's Convent. It lost it's roof, and had much damage. 

Your website is great, Have sent it to all my relatives.

-- E. Bushman

St. Mary's Convent Back.jpg (97028 bytes)
DSC00013.jpg (53798 bytes) Lots of alfalfa is starting to be cut, some has recovered well from the hail, others have not.  This field looked like it might yield about 30% of the typical first crop.
DSC00014.jpg (109494 bytes) Many large trees in these wetlands were uprooted.  This was on "J" 2miles south of Valders.
DSC00015.jpg (115155 bytes)
DSC00016.jpg (96127 bytes) Awaiting a contractor.
DSC00017.jpg (87834 bytes) This section most of the trees snapped off up high, most all the branches are tipped to the east.
DSC00018.jpg (47296 bytes) More alfalfa being cut south of Valders, about a 20% crop here.

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