Not the White House in Washington, DC, but the lovely old sad white house that was in my images of the storm. This is from Google Earth a few years ago. The tree on the right is the one that’s gone down in the bottom image.It’s been owned by the same family for almost 40 years, and last year, during Hurricane Irene, a tree fell and crashed into the upper porch. I am wondering if it was that scraggly-looking pine just to the left of the walk. It would be the correct trajectory for the destruction. And it’s not seen in the more recent images.Apparently, the owners have been in a dispute with the insurance company about repairing the damage, and instead of being fixed, the damage is getting worse and worse. The wood’s rotting badly and there must be leaks where the roof has been damaged. The column on the ground floor has split and is probably rotted through, and it looks like the paint is peeling along the left side from water running behind it. Now, there’s another tree down, although it didn’t look like it caused any additional damage to the house. But it’s a shame that the owners don’t take the insurance settlement and repair the house. This is one of the most beautiful roads in Baltimore and this house is an eyesore.This is a neighbourhood that has very strong covenants about the houses, so I am surprised that the house has not been repaired.