The clean-up process is well underway at the John Deere Dealership in Wayne, but they're not the only who are still picking up.
"We're still digging through stuff, I don't know it's just a mess. We're trying to figure out where to go from here," Said Napa Auto Parts Manager Robert Maxwell.
What remained of Wayne's Napa Auto Parts Store was being picked up by hand today after the building was shredded by October 4th's twister.
It's merchandise scattered across the property, leaving it's owner and manager still stunned by the storm's power.
"The amount of destruction that they'll do is amazing, turned this metal building into a whole bunch of cork screws," Said Maxwell.
That path of destruction ripped through more than a dozen businesses and homes in Wayne and throughout the heartache felt by residents, is also a resolve.
"This isn't just a bad dream, they're not going to wake up and it wasn't real so they're taking the opportunity to come back bigger and stronger than what they were before," Said Wayne Mayor Ken Chamberlain.
While the rubble still lies on the ground, this town is already looking at moving forward.