Sorry for the slow reply.
At the house here in Baton Rouge, The only damage was some ceiling stains in the bathroom from the wind blowing the rain up the 45 degree roof into the ridge vent. Nothing some Kilz and a little paint wont handle. Only lost power for 2 hours.
Even though the place at Fourchon took a direct hit from the slow moving storm for 15 hours, damage was again minimal considering the 90 mph winds and tidal surge. I got about 6" in the downstairs storage room and about 50 shingles blew off allowing some water damage on the ceilings to occur. "Tis but a scratch"
On a much more sobering account, Halfdoc lost his entire camp on the Island only 10 miles from my place.
He had a nice trailer on stilts that lost its roof when another derelict camp with a non-code wood and shingle roof blew apart sending its roof sailing like a frisbee into his camp basically decapitating the trailer. I crawled through a broken window last Monday to inspect the damage. Total loss.
I'll be meeting him there tomorrow to help remove everything salvageable.