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RunningWater

Uploaded by: CalicoBass

Sunday May 8, 2011

Jacksonport

Caption: over the road to the campground from the flooding White River. The river is still falling and should be off this road soon. Will be interesting to see how much damage is done to the road.

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13. BoazR
3:07 AM GMT on May 12, 2011
WoW! from this dry end of the pond,to see all the floods. Great picture. Also from this end of the pond, one has to try several times to leave any feedback :(
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12. CalicoBass
8:53 PM GMT on May 10, 2011
Thanks for the great comments! As soon as I can, I will check to see exactly how much damage there is to this road. The river should be about off of it by now.
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11. DieterWW
4:31 PM GMT on May 10, 2011
wonderful image - beautiful colours
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9. deepwoods
1:02 PM GMT on May 10, 2011
Great weather shot!! I am always amazed at the damage water can cause, both to property and most importantly, to people and animals. You have captured this scene beautifully. I hope the flooding is over soon!! Very well done!!
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8. IndianaJohn
3:18 AM GMT on May 10, 2011

Outstanding documentary picture.
Amazing that the road grade is so level.
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7. DarkBroomer
2:51 AM GMT on May 10, 2011
Impressive as it goes on such a distance ! DB
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6. CythiaSue
1:40 AM GMT on May 10, 2011
Take care to stay on dry ground. God Speed.
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5. canuckjune
12:36 AM GMT on May 10, 2011
We are now having problems too with the water ccominh up from under streets and other paved roads and having them heave. It's a mess most everywhere. Arlene
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4. Jarrus
9:58 PM GMT on May 09, 2011
astonishing :/ . . free . . free
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3. CalicoBass
8:58 PM GMT on May 09, 2011
Thanks Ivan for the comment! I remember what
it did to them in 2008, below is a pic I took
then....and this was a paved road.

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2. CalicoBass
8:56 PM GMT on May 09, 2011
Check link below for video...the water you
see pumping over the levee is some of the backwaters trapped in the town and they are pumping it out because we can't open the flood
gates to let it out.

Link
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1. kippic
8:55 PM GMT on May 09, 2011
Yes it will indeed be interesting to see what damage had been done to the road. Sometimes in such circumstances there are large holes in the road.
Nice shot.
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CalicoBass

I am married (38 years), we enjoy being outdoors, fishing, going for drives on the back-roads. I enjoy taking pictures of everything and I really enjoy seeing everyones pictures they put on this site. We live in a very small town that is where the White and Black Rivers meet. The town has a State Park here, has a lot of history, there is a video that was made for AETN TV, if you click on Visit My Website, you can see it. Create your own visitor map!

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