Flash Flood

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  1. Drey

    Drey 3/4 ton status

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    It started raining shortly before 2 in the morning(as we were leaving the bar), Id guess it got done around 5 or 6 but im not really sure cuz I didnt wake up till 10 :rolleyes:


    I went to get pick up a buddy and head into town. Well we werent going the short way...

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    Jake used to work for the county and he said those red flags are placed when water first comes over the road, so they can tell if it keeps riseing, and were to pack the road down and stuff afterwords. We figured the one on the other side washed away.
    And then we look to the north of the road...This guy is gonna be pissed:haha:

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    Water over the front wheel assist tires:doah: and the planter was still hooked up too:doah: :doah:

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    The old farmstead on the right is were my dad grew up at he said they had the cattle feeders in the paster log chained to those fence posts becuase it would flood this bad alot back then.
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    This is at my buddy Kosters

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    :eek1: :eek1: :eek1: :eek1:

    Damn!!
     
  3. y5mgisi

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    ^-----what he said!
     

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