I traveled down the road to Little Girl's Point to inspect the damage from the tornado, high winds, and flooding yesterday for the first time. The shoreline looked like it had been ripped apart with a giant chainsaw and pieces of it with trees were floating in the lake. Could not get to Saxon Harbor, which took the brunt of the storm, as the Army Corp of Engineers has not put the road back together again yet. A local resident died at Saxon Harbor when one of the many creeks swelled, broke the road apart, and swallowed his pickup and carried it into the big lake. Luanna and Colin in the farm across the road, were one of the only people to have their big sailboat spared with only a missing motor and broken rudder. Some of the boats that were not smashed to pieces, were found floating as far away as Ontonagon. The lake was pretty rough yesterday with an approaching thunderstorm, such that I got quite wet shooting a roll of 120 in the Holga Pan and this one SX-70 shot. Makes you respect the power of nature.