Estero residents Charlie Carnahan, right, and Terry Kenney ride their bikes north on the east side Crayton Road in Naples on Tuesday afternoon. The pair frequently ride their bikes around the area where Hurricane Wilma knocked down many of the well-known Banyan trees two years ago today. 'It was unbelievable,' said Carnahan about the damage done to the trees in The Moorings area of Naples after the hurricane. 'All the trees on this side of the road were all in tact, and on the west side, they were all down. It was a bizarre sight.'

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Estero residents Charlie Carnahan, right, and Terry Kenney ride their bikes north on the east side Crayton Road in Naples on Tuesday afternoon. The pair frequently ride their bikes around the area where Hurricane Wilma knocked down many of the well-known Banyan trees two years ago today. "It was unbelievable," said Carnahan about the damage done to the trees in The Moorings area of Naples after the hurricane. "All the trees on this side of the road were all in tact, and on the west side, they were all down. It was a bizarre sight."

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