I’m fine. Upper east side of NYC not hit hard at all. Spent the morning walking around by the East River. Yes, there are spots where tree limbs were torn down; and other stuff that was blown into the street.
But I also saw some images that I had never seen before because these berries (or whatever you call them) had never fallen from the trees at this point in the season. And that little detail struck me.
I ran out of food pretty quickly but found two coffee shops that were open for business. The owners live nearby. I think that you can always find a coffee shop in NYC that’s open. And happy to have your business.
The biggest issue I see will be the subways. How people are going to get to and from work if the subways aren’t working because the tunnels were flooded – that’s the biggest thing I see as far as Manhattan goes. And Battery Park City was definitely hit pretty hard. The outer edges of the outer boroughs were hit hard. Boardwalks ripped up and all of that.
Worst hit – as usual – New Jersey.