The Glass House would like to express the sincere hope that you are all safe and sound in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Our thoughts are with our fellow Northeasterners whose lives and livelihoods have been so severely impacted by the storm's devastating effects.
We know how much you care for the site and we wanted to update you on what is happening today. As we write, The Glass House is still without power. Our 49 acres have many trees down and there is debris throughout the site. We are continuing to assess damages and hope for power which is needed for our lighting, gate, building entry, plumbing, and mechanical systems. We are fortunate that our fourteen structures and outdoor sculptures are all safe, but the storm did make it clear just how much work we have to do to ensure their long-term survival. Several small leaks visible before the storm are now moving to top of our priority list. We also have important work we must first do to ensure we are safe and ready for visitors. Thank you for helping us stand up to these challenges and care for our infrastructure. As we work to get back to normal as soon as possible, we will continue to count on our dedicated friends and supporters.
If you are able and wish to support our cleanup efforts, kindly make a contribution. Thank you.