A million thanks to Bruce Pinder of Da Salty Pig Adventures in Spanish Wells for allowing me to share these photos of GTC’s New Plymouth settlement with you.
As you can see, the devastation is widespread, and the residents of Green Turtle Cay (as well as the Abaco mainland, other Abaco cays and Grand Bahama) will need all the support they can get in the weeks, months and years ahead. Please help if you can. Here’s how.
Building at left (above) is the Albert Lowe Museum. We are very concerned about the broken upstairs window visible at the top left of this photo. Beneath that window is the museum’s photograph room, which holds many historic, irreplaceable images. I know that feeding and housing people has to come first, but if anyone could kindly board up that window, all of those involved with the museum would be incredibly grateful.
Thank you again to Bruce Pinder for permitting me to use these images. I’m getting a lot of requests for photos taken beyond the New Plymouth Settlement (e.g., at Gilliam Bay, in Bethel Estates and the north end of the cay.) Many of our residents and second homeowners who weren’t on the cay during the storm are desperate to see images of how their homes have fared.