John Pepper of Miami buying plywood to cover his french doors in preparation for Hurricane Irma at Home Depot on SW 8th street.
John Pepper of Miami buying plywood to cover his french doors in preparation for Hurricane Irma at Home Depot on SW 8th street. Al Diaz rkoltun@miamiherald.com
John Pepper of Miami buying plywood to cover his french doors in preparation for Hurricane Irma at Home Depot on SW 8th street. Al Diaz rkoltun@miamiherald.com

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    Homeowner David Ivler talks about the process of having sailboats removed from his Coconut Grove mansion's lawn months after Hurricane Irma's storm surge washed them ashore.