Good Riddance Irma! Stella Fisher and her family in Shell Ring hosted a lemonade stand for Hurricane Irma relief last weekend. Local residents stopped in at the Cainhoy Fire Department Station No. 3 on Clements Ferry Road to pick up sandbags prior to the storm. Japan Karate Institute displays a message for Irma! Businesses along Seven Farms Drive covered storefront windows before the storm. A storm-ready home on Wando View Street. Hurray – Irma is gone! This smiling ball ended up in a storm drain on Jenny’s Street the morning after the hurricane. A downed tree on Etiwan Park Street near Bishop England High School. Water spills out from Beresford Creek at the Bellinger Island boat landing. Surging waters at Bellinger Island cover the walkway to the island. Barfield Park is under water as high tide hits. Mary Wessner Photography Kayakers float along what is normally a dirt path. Mary Wessner Photography: Island Park Drive in Daniel Island Park. Mary Wessner Photography: The Wando River pier. Mary Wessner Photography: Water claims portion of pier near the Children’s Park dock. Peter Finger: Snapped tree. Peter Finger: Some businesses placed sandbags at their storefronts to keep water out. A young resident walks along Barfield Street during the storm. Codner’s Ferry Park. A tree falls onto a home on Corn Planters Street. Water encroaches onto a dock at a private residence in Smythe Park. The Wando River washes into the backyard of a Smythe Park home. Barfield Street on Daniel Island. A portion of the boardwalk along the trail near Children’s Park is destroyed by a raging tidal surge.