Flooding in downtown St. Pete after Hurricane Idalia

Found this cute dog going for a walk on a paddleboard in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida after Hurricane Idalia. Even though St. Pete was around 150 miles away from the eye of the storm when it made landfall near Keaton Beach, the city still experienced storm surge. The Florida Disaster Fund has been activated to support the communities devastated by Hurricane Idalia, if you would like to provide support, consider donating to the Florida Disaster Fund at volunteerflorida.org #hurricaneidalia #stpetersburgflorida #florida #servefl

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Sharing travel stories, guides and tips from Florida and other states in the US. Whether you are local or just on vacation our content may help you plan your next adventure. Follow our channel to receive notifications when we post a new video. We are Jamie & Skylar and we love to travel and share our adventures to help others fully enjoy the Sunshine State and beyond. We have lived in the greater Tampa Bay area for over 9 years and continue to find new experiences. Our content will include visiting beaches, restaurants, coffee shops and breweries in the greater Tampa Bay area, along with activities like paddleboarding, visiting natural springs and hiking.

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