The entry-gate office at Harry Harris Park in Tavernier seems intact – until the reality sets in that Hurricane Irma’s storm surge and winds shoved the building more than a dozen yards out the park gate and into a neighbor’s yard.
The entry-gate office at Harry Harris Park in Tavernier seems intact – until the reality sets in that Hurricane Irma’s storm surge and winds shoved the building more than a dozen yards out the park gate and into a neighbor’s yard. Kevin Wadlow/kwadlow@keynoter.com
The entry-gate office at Harry Harris Park in Tavernier seems intact – until the reality sets in that Hurricane Irma’s storm surge and winds shoved the building more than a dozen yards out the park gate and into a neighbor’s yard. Kevin Wadlow/kwadlow@keynoter.com

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