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Old 10-31-2015, 06:42 PM   #1
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TX. flooding

I seen a picture on the national news tonight of the flooding in TX. Quite a mess.
There was a Z1 laying on it's side in the flood water.
I think those folks down there are having a tough time of it.
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Old 10-31-2015, 06:51 PM   #2
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I hope all our CR friends are high and dry of course there will always be some who will not be so lucky. Frank I see that is heading to Jackson MS too. Hope all are safe
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Thanks for your concerns. It has been an unusual year weather wise. Heavy rains and flooding Memorial Day weekend when a number of folks in the Wimberly and Houston areas lost their lives due to heavy rains and flooding. Then a period from early July until the middle of October when we had little rain at all. Then within the last couple of weeks we have more rain that we could handle in some areas. The Corsicana area was hit with over 18 inches of rain a couple of weeks ago that washed a train off the railroad tracks. The Austin/San Marcos and Houston areas got hit again just in the last few days. Mother nature has sure been turned upside down this year in Texas.

We are good here in the College Station/Bryan area. I haven't heard from Hunter11 but I expect that they are on high ground and haven't had any issues.
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I hope all our CR friends are high and dry of course there will always be some who will not be so lucky. Frank I see that is heading to Jackson MS too. Hope all are safe
Thanks George, It hit here last Monday, and Janet found out the hard way her car is not a boat Dryed up some what came back in yesterday soft rain at first than harder now back to a soft rain ditches are full but running off. Like the Balls,we had not had any rain since July. well needed
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Our property is totally secure, but our son's house was flooded and he lost a new car. Right now we are near Lake Livingston, but headed home tomorrow to help with the cleanup.
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