She was relieved that the two large trees that fell behind the Ford Mansion missed the building. She estimated that 800+ trees had fallen in Jockey Hollow and deemed the trails unsafe for visitors for the time being.
While the power was still out, she helped evacuate susceptible books from special collections.
She showed the curatorial team how to carefully remove mold from rare books. Putting safety first, she wore a mask, Tyvek lab coat, rubber gloves, and safety glasses.
Thanks, Flat Ranger Hernandez!
We appreciate your hard work and dedication!