Here some photos of yard during and after which resulted in no power for a 7 days and no phone,cable or Internet for 8. Thank God for my wood stove,gas grill and a 2 burner camp stove. Only missed coffee and a shower the whole time.Got to get a camp coffee pot. The girls were a little freaked out and stayed inside for 3 days after but life is slowly returning to quasi-normal although I still have to repair the pen but a least the coop was spared as the pictures will show. The 60ft pine that took out everything from the street and across the driveway. A further away shot of the pine. The 80ft oak that narrowly missed the coop but got the run. You can see where the run got clipped, an fairly easy fix but waiting for the snow to melt a little. Was about 2ft deep the day this was taken. The top of the oak by the entrance door, had to cut my way in. Not to mention it took out my favorite little white birch. The pine after it was sliced and diced as well as my electric service. Even my egg selling chair wasn't spared as it got clipped and broke. Lost 3 trees during the storm, all just tipped over roots and all, this one tipped over my log splitter when it went. Digging out. The back of the coop Looking down toward the coop Closer shot, the huge pine I always worry about actually saved the coop from taking a hit as it diverted the oak toward the back and broke the limbs off on the other side Still have a lot of cleaning up to do. But all and all should be grateful that the house wasn't hit and the coop was spared. There were quite a few house in my neighborhood that were hit and well over 200 hundred trees down in a quarter mile radius of my house that effected peoples lives. There is a least a dozen behind my house that went but have no bearing on anything. Even had an egg customer come Sunday after the storm looking for eggs, gave him a dozen for $4 of course.