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Little Colorado River Flooded

  • Subject: Little Colorado River Flooded
  • From: "Linda Smith" <irisgrower@cableone.net>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2007 16:39:28 -0700

Yea water,
Some may wonder if we have water in the desert.
With the monsoons, yesterday this is what the Little Colorado looked like just east of Flagstaff.
But this water skirts me and goes to CA --but none the less we've had good rains so far.
We've posted on U tube a video I made w my new little digital camera.  It should be up tomorrow.
Just click on travel, and ask for falls in AZ.
It should show. There's a few other video's of this falls, but none w as much water as we saw yesterday.  First time we've tried this system for video. So we'll see. 
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