A satellite view of the Caribou Hotel complex. The larger "L" shape is the main hotel, with the Caribou Restaurant at its north end. The Annex, the former pipeline construction mancamp, is the long structure, oriented north and south, on the east side.
The south end of the Annex in the background, as it appeared in better days.
Another view of the south half of the Annex, beyond the small tree.
The north end of the Annex, with the two windows of the office visible to the right of the stairway.
The scene a little after noon the next day.
No possibility of going back in after forgotten ignition keys, the owners of these two vehicles had no chance to save them.
The wind was still blowing so hard the next afternoon that huge sections of roofing were blowing around, endangering the firefighters.