Like a lot of business owners and managers in St. Augustine, Cindy Stavely had no idea what she was going to see when she visited the bayfront Saturday morning. What she found when she arrived at the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum, where she is a manager, was concerning but not heartbreaking. She assessed the flood damage in the museum and issues at the Colonial Quarter next door. And then she got to work cleaning up the mess and hiring people to fix what she couldn’t. By about noon Saturday, the museum was dried out and preparations were made to reopen the attraction, which happened Wednesday.