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Re: speaking of storms...

Hi everybody! Thought I'd check in...as Mardi sent you the link to the
Cedar Rapids Gazette, guess you all have heard we are experiencing major
flooding here in IA. 88 out of our 99 counties have been declared state
disaster areas...all 9 of the major tributaries/rivers running through
the state are flooding at or above record high levels. The Iowa City
Press Citizen has some impressive pictures at
http://www.press-citizen.com or go to the local TV station


if you want to see the amazing power of Mother Nature in liquid form.
And yes, the tragedy of those Boy Scouts has just added more grief to
the mix here. One of the families has set up a fund to help build
underground storm shelters at the camp...

Anyway, we are busy sandbagging our little town...we are about 1/3 of a
mile from the Iowa River...and water is already flooded out of the
river, across the farm fields and is at the edge of town. And the river
isn't expected to crest until Tuesday, five to ten feet higher than it
is right now. Guess we'll see how wet we get. Marty, Mark, and Morgan
have been out sandbagging. Meg and I have been setting the house to
order and moving stuff we don't want to lose...important papers and
photographs and the like. Talk to again when I can. Hope all of you are
doing well.

Blessings in Christ's mercy,


Work for the Lord:  the pay isn't much but the retirement is out of this world!

 --- On Thu 06/12, Pam Evans < gardenqueen@gmail.com > wrote:
From: Pam Evans [mailto: gardenqueen@gmail.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 17:02:05 -0500
Subject: Re: [CHAT] speaking of storms...

I heard about that. why couldn't that stupid funnel hit a prison
or<br>something? sheeesh. makes me sad for all those families.<br><br>On
6/12/08, Jesse Bell <silverhawk@flash.net> wrote:<br>><br>> Horrible
tragedy. I heard about that yesterday. My heart goes out to<br>>
those<br>> folks...<br>><br>><br>> ----- Original Message ----<br>>
From: "mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com"<br>>
<mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com><br>> To: gardenchat@hort.net<br>> Sent:
Thursday, June<br>> 12, 2008 10:36:40 AM<br>> Subject: Re: [CHAT]
speaking of storms...<br>><br>> Yet another<br>> catastrophe for the
state's population. The Boy Scouts had<br>> already taken<br>> cover
before the sirens went off. Horrible.<br>><br>> Ceres lives in Johnston,
near<br>> Des Moines (unless she's moved since we last<br>> talked), so
thankfully her area<br>> wasn't affected by the tornado.<br>> Still
haven't been able to contact Melody.<br>> Nasty goings on here:<br>>


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