I am so glad to hear that you are good to go.
Last year, my island was split in two by Hurricane Irene and it was shut down to tourist for 2 months. Many of the local business suffered and one bakery closed their doors forever.
Many people were left homeless due to the flooding.
I was one of the fortunate ones. The only loss I suffered was the loss of the 6 booked wedding cakes. (The island was under mandatory evacuation, so I never actually baked the cakes)
On the lighter side, I had one bride beg me to do her wedding cake.
The conversation wen't like this:
Bride: "Are you sure you can't do my wedding cake, even though I moved the venue?"
Me: "Ma'am, the road has been washed away, It is going to take two months to build a bridge where the ocean washed out the road."
Bride: "But are you sure you still can't do my cake?"
Me: "Ma'am, If I were to deliver your cake to where you are asking me to deliver it, It would require a 45 minute ride, to catch the 2 1/2 hour ferry, that is if they don't decide to stop running the ferry due to low tide. That would accumulate to a 7 hour round trip to deliver your 8" 5" two tier wedding cake. No ma'am, I am sorry, I am not able to do your wedding cake."
I think she was a blonde.