By Erik Eisele
It’s been over a week since tropical storm Irene flooded parts of the White Mountains, washing out bridges and roads.
The flooding damaged millions of dollars of infrastructure, but in some places it was more than highways that suffered.
When Irene swept through northern New Hampshire it dumped more than six inches of rain in some places.
People found themselves stranded, either unable to leave their homes or unable to get back to them.
Some found they had nothing to come home to.