The 'new' house needed a considerable amount of clean up following a glancing visit by Hurricane Ian. The first chore was to remove the pieces of a huge breadfruit tree which had fallen onto the roof. The breadfruit tree had three trunks and was big around and very tall. The loss of the tree was mitigated by the fact that for years the fruit was way too high up to harvest.
The structural damage to the house was minimal; the mess in the yard was maximum. Since the breadfruit tree branches had intertwined with those of other trees in the yard, almost everything else came down with or beause of the breadfruit tree.
The last of the trees and all of their parts, big and small, young and old, were cut and loaded into a boat for disposal. The last tree to go was another that the hurricane had put down. That tree had ended up falling in the bay instead of in the yard or on the house roof.
The clean up exposed a kick ass view of the bay as well as part of the Bluefields itself. This will be nice to live with.