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crazyice

New sights and sounds! (some pics added)

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I was out working today in this rain and I noticed that we are finally getting enough to actually cause some of it to remain on the surface in some of the fields! This is a welcome sight for all the time that we have been dry. Maybe some of the rivers and streams can get a little much needed replenishing now. Quite a few thunder booms as well near the Austin area this morning as well. I heard that Pipestone had already had 5 inches this morning.

Went out this morning after hearing about how much rain we got and took a few pics.

Here is a pic of how high the water got in our driveway over night.

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This was in front of Hy-Vee south.

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And this used to be three different ponds that were seperated by a walking path.

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