Water runs high and swift on The Red River, (Spring sky trees water ). Photo by Glaswegian
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Water runs high and swift on The Red River,

Uploaded by: Glaswegian

Wednesday May 8, 2013

WINNIPEG, Canada

Caption: after the spring melt

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6. Glaswegian
11:10 PM GMT on May 11, 2013
I.;m glad the flooding wasn't too bad there! Most places here were lucky too Arlene, though a few were flooded!
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5. canuckjune
5:15 PM GMT on May 11, 2013
Fargo actually came out much better than they thought and they didn't need all of the millions of sandbags they had, as flooding was much less than anticipated.
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4. Glaswegian
4:46 PM GMT on May 11, 2013
Thanks Diti! Our rivers are high and almost to the banks just now.
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3. line
12:05 PM GMT on May 09, 2013
beautiful!!
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2. Glaswegian
10:49 AM GMT on May 09, 2013
It's great to see the rivers open again Eileen!
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1. YouKnowWho
3:16 AM GMT on May 09, 2013
Well, at least it's water now...no more ice?
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