Despite what you might have seen on the news, St.
Petersburg Florida is still alive and kicking! To anyone who saw the news and watched the devastation of Hurricane Ian, you might believe the entire neighborhood was washed out into the Gulf of Mexico, but I assure you all of us are still standing! The storm surge was the worst section of it, and utterly wrecked a immense swath of the coastline, however thankfully our house is a fantastic mile away from the nearest waterway, so the destruction to our property was minimal.
When you live in St. Petersburg, or anywhere near the coast of Florida, you have to be prepared for major events like thisâ€¦ Both of us have Hurricane Season every year, with dozens of odd storms hitting the state, although usually St. Petersburg avoids any major destruction, but st. Petersburg is located on the gulf, which has sizzling water and doesn’t support hurricanes and the Atlantic ocean does. That said, St. Petersburg will take a pounding every once in a while, which is why I own a power generator, then hurricane Ian knocked out the power for most of St. Petersburg for multiple afternoons, but thanks to our generator I had lights, air conditioner, and a running fridge. The WIFI was out, but I had a stack of seasoned DVD films, and that combined with a few beers and our air conditioner made for a pleasant couple of afternoons, then if you live in St. Petersburg or the surrounding area,I highly recommend that you invest in a power generator, for situations such as these.