I vividly recall Hurricane Katrina and the devastating damage caused to the Gulf Coast and all the casinos in Gulfport and Biloxi. We had visited the Beau Rivage three times pre-Katrina and found it to be nothing less than enchanting. Was it called their Chart House restaurant with the giant aquarium wrapped around three sides of it with excellent dining options? Our son and DIL were actually at the Beau on 8/20/05 and cut their trip short to hastily return to Tampa when Katrina was forecast to hit here before it turned north into the Gulf Coast. The people at the Beau wished them the best as they left only to left homeless within the next two days. The aftermath showed pictures of hundreds of slot machines washed into the front doors of the Beau. MGM responded most admirably assisting their employees and completely gutting the interior of the resort. It re-opened exactly one year after the storm had hit. For the next several years, the Beau became our home casino. I just saw that Sally may well hit Biloxi as a Cat II with an 11 foot storm surge. While much of the area remains significantly diminished even today from Katrina, will Sally finish off this popular gambling destination? It has only been 15 years since the last devastation. Will investors find it wise to rebuild again?