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Image by Andrew West/The News-Press 2022

“Magic Still Appears”

October 10, 2022

By Kimmy Foulds

Sunny Southwest Florida will reset the viable and significant infrastructures that were pounded and obliterated by the high-end Category 4 Hurricane Ian Wednesday afternoon, September 28, 2022.

This pictorial former Fort Myers Beach pier upholds the cherished memories that greeted friendly locals and visitors for decades in Southwest Florida to experience and marvel the Sunshine State’s sunrises and sunsets.

As the eye of the plowed hurricane wobbled the Southwest Florida coast in stages, disasters of Hurricane Ian reeled and destroyed beautiful architecture, structures, objects, properties. All wiped out, dismantled or sunk. Storm surges up to 15 feet of fierce madness plunged on shore with the 155 spinning MPR winds and a notable, largest individual 52 foot high wave in the Gulf of Mexico when Hurricane Ian slammed landfall in Southwest Florida.

Image by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post 2022

Now, the unforgettable Fort Myers Beach pier is seen as a reminder after Hurricane Ian’s rage roared across Estero Island, which will be rebuilt with the sincerity of love to reunite the kindred spirited community of Fort Myers Beach.

Reflect, from sunrise to sunset.

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Graciously thanking everyone with grateful appreciation expressed.

Looking forward to virtually meeting and getting to know you!