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The Hurricane Dorian Gallery
Reader submitted photos
September 5, 2019

R
eader photos (and a few from TownDock.net) from Hurricane Dorian. Send your photos, too: info@towndock.net

Dorian Before
‘First bright sunrise after Hurricane Dorian.’ Photo Walter Lane.
Dorian Before
Sunrise on South Ave, Saturday morning. Photo Homer Walden.
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Seen at Deaton Yacht Service. From Jean White: ‘Here is another necessity-is-the-mother-of-invention, allowing live-aboards to get their more than small dog onto their boat after hauled to the hard out of harm’s way.’ That ‘more than small dog’ is Apollo, a 35-40lb Black Lab-Border Collie mix. Photo Jean White.
Dorian Before
M/V Pinnacle high and dry in Greens Creek. Photo Jim McMillan.
Dorian Before
The flora and fauna fared well. Friday in the backyard. Photo Pat Stockwell.
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This boat weathered the storm in the harbor. Friday morning. Photo Pat Stockwell.
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Oriental Harbor Marina Friday morning. The boats that stayed, stayed in the water. Photo Pat Stockwell.
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At 10:45a Friday morning, John Watkin was returning to his house in Arapahoe and found this boat adjacent to Lawson Creek Park near New Bern. View #1. Photo John Watkin.
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The morning car-on-pallets photo. There’s a story here: A Garland Fulcher worker agreed to move a car before the storm. They could not find the keys. What to do? They got the company forklift, lifted the car and put pallets underneath. Necessity, mother of invention. Photo TownDock.net.
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Oriental Harbor Marina Friday morning. The boats that stayed, stayed in the water. Photo Pat Stockwell.
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Allen Propst keeps busy while Buddy watches the storm. Photo Angie Propst.
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Oriental West Friday morning. Photo Candy Bohmert.
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Smith Creek at Oriental Plantation, around 8a. Photo Dexter Liu.
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Smith Creek at Oriental Plantation, around 6a. Photo Dexter Liu.
Oriental harbor, Friday morning.

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Hodges Street and the Provision Company, 8a. Photo Pat Stockwell.
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A mid-road buoy marks the spot for Bow to Stern. Photo Donna Creech.
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Donna Creech is sad pleased to report trimaran Senior Moment survived. Ray’s Creekside Marina at Blackwell Point.
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Kershaw Creek around 7a Friday morning. Photo Steven Regenthal.
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Topsail Drive looking onto the Neuse River. Photo Don Meng.
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From the B&B Yachts shop on the Bay River. Photo Alan Stuart.
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An alternate B&B Yachts shop shot. On the Bay River. Photo Alan Stuart.
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Another TownDock headquarters view – the blue bottle garden in surge waters at 6:44a Friday morning.
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The Harbor from TownDock headquarters at 6:25a Friday morning.
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This is one way to keep your car out of flood waters: wooden pallets. Behind the Garland Fulcher Docks. Photo Rich Halvarson
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MarLin broke free in the harbor. She was tied up safely to a dock in Oriental Harbor Marina, and secured by the Edwards and Creech families. Photo Jim Edwards.
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MarLin, anchored in Oriental Harbor Thursday afternoon. Photo TownDock.net.
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Alexis Edwards demonstrates the Hurricane Dorian lifeboat drill. Greens Creek. Photo Jim Edwards.
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FJs at Bow to Stern ready to take on water. Photo Jim Edwards.
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This table is ready for Hurricane Dorian. At Minnesott Beach. Photo Ben Casey.
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Ready for Hurricane Dorian. Inflatable dinghy at the ready in case of flooding. Ball Creek in Merritt. Photo Melissa Lavallee.
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The Charlotte Fire Department visiting Lou Mac pier Thursday afternoon. Photo Ron Long.
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Hurricane Lilies on Midyette St. Photo Dale Montgomery.
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China Grove Road, morning of Sept 5. The piers were damaged last September during Hurricane Florence. Photo Jim Edwards.
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Lou Mac Pier on the morning of Sept. 5. Photo: Homer Walden.
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Oriental harbor at noon via the HarborCam.
HarborCam updates every 5 minutes, at different zoom settings. You can take a look at all the pictures captured since 6a this morning, right here.

Posted Thursday September 5, 2019 by Allison DeWeese


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