Emma Troxell, 13, sits with Tank, a 2-year-old pot bellied pig, as family members pose at the acreage where their animals are being kept Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, in Bradyville, Tenn. Stephanie Clegg Troxell, top right, and her family evacuated New Port Richey, Fla., before Hurricane Irma hit. The family caravan includes three cars and a trailer, five adults, five children, 13 dogs, three mini-horses and a pet pig. The trek from New Port Richey, Florida, north of Tampa Bay, took more than 17 hours, beginning last Wednesday.
Emma Troxell, 13, sits with Tank, a 2-year-old pot bellied pig, as family members pose at the acreage where their animals are being kept Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, in Bradyville, Tenn. Stephanie Clegg Troxell, top right, and her family evacuated New Port Richey, Fla., before Hurricane Irma hit. The family caravan includes three cars and a trailer, five adults, five children, 13 dogs, three mini-horses and a pet pig. The trek from New Port Richey, Florida, north of Tampa Bay, took more than 17 hours, beginning last Wednesday. Mark Humphrey AP Photo
Emma Troxell, 13, sits with Tank, a 2-year-old pot bellied pig, as family members pose at the acreage where their animals are being kept Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, in Bradyville, Tenn. Stephanie Clegg Troxell, top right, and her family evacuated New Port Richey, Fla., before Hurricane Irma hit. The family caravan includes three cars and a trailer, five adults, five children, 13 dogs, three mini-horses and a pet pig. The trek from New Port Richey, Florida, north of Tampa Bay, took more than 17 hours, beginning last Wednesday. Mark Humphrey AP Photo

After Irma, reverse migration back to Florida begins

September 13, 2017 3:12 PM