Tsunami's Wrath: 'I Haven't Had Time to Mourn'

First came the horse, then the house. After landing in Tokyo, sticking radiation detectors to our collars and driving seven hours through the moonless night, we saw the first signs of the tsunami's wrath on the road to the Sendai airport. Looming in our headlights emerged massive sculptures of destruction: gnarled tree roots propping up a battered Toyota mini-van, the severed roof of a home filled with mud. There was not a single sign of life until a bewildered horse appeared in the beams...Full Story
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