“It made an amazing driving vary to hit the golf balls,” Mike stated, and with that, the bus handed by means of the fence and turned proper, and the Ericksons had been gone, apart from just a few issues that they had left behind. A garden chair, a fan, a mirror, a mop. All of it famous by a FEMA inspector who got here later that day. “Okey-doke,” he stated. “I’ve seen lots worse.” The deadbolt didn’t work, so he pulled the entrance door shut and pronounced it ok. “We’re completed,” he stated, and hours later, as evening settled in, Trailer 83 was a shadow in a darkish nook of an empty lot. There was nothing to interrupt the silence as midnight got here after which went and the park was formally closed. The housing program was over. FEMA had fulfilled its obligations to the displaced.
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