Yes, thanks, Paul. I saw the one on Miami some time ago. Don't remember all the details now, but it was very interesting. An eye-opening view of the sea level rise rubber meeting the road, so to speak. What I do remember is that all of Florida is built on porous limestone and that water is going to run through it, under it, over it. Sea walls will be ineffective. Really nothing to do except to let it slowly disappear under the waves.
We have off and on thought of buying some property in OBX and maybe retiring there, but I keep coming back to the thought that it is eventually going to be under water and not a particularly good use of, say, $ 500,000. It might be around while I'm around, but maybe not for my kids.
Just curious as to what the potential sea level rise is in OBX.
Now that you mention it, wasn't Norfolk also mentioned in that PBS series as one of the most susceptible areas for sea level rise? Vague recollection that Norfolk has a big problem.