Friday, August 29, 2008
Katrina Three Years Later
Groundskeepers of Lake Lawn Metairie Cemetery place 1464 white flags, etched with hand-printed names of those who lost their lives during Hurricane Katrina and the failure of the federal levees. (Photo from T.P)
We can never forget what happened across the Gulf Coast on that Monday morning in 2005.
People choose to live where they do for their own reasons. They choose to live with the threat of tornadoes, landlsides, massive blizzards and earthquakes. Here is why the people of New Orleans - and the rest of us residing on the Gulf Coast - choose to live here.