Typhoon Vongfong brought strong winds and rain, but the number of injuries and the amount of damage was smaller than it could have been.
Out at Cape Zanpa, power lines had come down, and the fence for the goats was on its side. The goats had sensibly opted to stay next to their shelter rather than escape.
Up north, large waves had covered parts of the coastal roads with a layers of debris. The expressways were closed until Sunday afternoon due to strong winds.
Falling trees knocked down several power lines, and there were numerous small landslides.
Typhoons however are just part of life on Okinawa, as Trevor and I drove around on Sunday morning to get pictures for news agencies, the main roads had already been cleared of larger debris.
Teams from the electrical companies were out fixing the power lines, and road crews were cleaning small landslides.