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Old 03-01-2005, 06:16 AM   #1
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Well, lets hope for a slow Spring this year. We have had floods here in the past. At that time there was about 24 "inches" of water up in the mountains. This year there is a recorded level of 57 "inches"!!!!
And of course my new home hs been built on the lowest point of my lot and I live in an area know as "the bottom of the lake"!
But we are being proactive. We bought the FEMA flood insurance this year. We do have two pallets of sand bags sitting in the front driveway. And we are having a workday to clean out all of the culverts in the sub-division.
If it does get crazy I will load up the Lance on the truck with my gen set and head for higher ground.
This are is desert country and has been in a drought for the last six years. I just kinda wished it wouldn't break until we get some trees and grass in place.
So, keep your fingers crossed. Come the first two weeks of April we will find out. If the temps go from weeks of 40 degrees to a week of 70 degrees...we will be hurtin'.
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Old 03-01-2005, 06:16 AM   #2
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Well, lets hope for a slow Spring this year. We have had floods here in the past. At that time there was about 24 "inches" of water up in the mountains. This year there is a recorded level of 57 "inches"!!!!
And of course my new home hs been built on the lowest point of my lot and I live in an area know as "the bottom of the lake"!
But we are being proactive. We bought the FEMA flood insurance this year. We do have two pallets of sand bags sitting in the front driveway. And we are having a workday to clean out all of the culverts in the sub-division.
If it does get crazy I will load up the Lance on the truck with my gen set and head for higher ground.
This are is desert country and has been in a drought for the last six years. I just kinda wished it wouldn't break until we get some trees and grass in place.
So, keep your fingers crossed. Come the first two weeks of April we will find out. If the temps go from weeks of 40 degrees to a week of 70 degrees...we will be hurtin'.
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Send it on down here, we can always use some more.
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Ken, it is already on the way. I heard Lake Powell is up 20 feet and Lake Mead is up 15 feet. And that means the Colorado River will run well this Spring.
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