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Post  littlejo on 9/15/2013, 2:00 pm

Rooster and all in Colorado

Hope you'all are fairing ok in the flooding. Our prayers are with you.

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Post  sanderson on 9/15/2013, 4:25 pm

Ditto! It looks bad for certain areas with interruption of services expected for a few weeks. Leave, or stay and be cut off.
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Post  Triciasgarden on 9/15/2013, 5:07 pm

I know Rooster and Boz live in Loveland.  It sounds like they were not close enough to the river to have damage, thank goodness!  I'm sure there are others who also live there that I don't know about.  This is a good example of trying to be prepared.  I know a lot of you have food storage with your canning and other preserving.  I have some but if I was told I had to get out now, I don't know how much I could grab.  My thoughts and prayers are with all of you sfg friends!
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Post  Triciasgarden on 9/17/2013, 10:43 pm

I have to start this off by saying I haven't watched TV in months so I had not seen footage of the flooding in Colorado, except for a very few pictures.  After looking at some pictures of flooding in Colorado just a few minutes ago, I realize my last comment was probably inappropriate!  I didn't realize that there was so much flooding from water running from higher grounds to the lower grounds along with river(s) overflowing.  I sure can't see how someone can be prepared for that except for being able to grab pictures and important papers and evacuate, if there is even that amount of time.  So if my comments were rude or insensitive, please accept my apologies!  I am just shocked at how much flooding there actually was!
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Post  Marc Iverson on 9/18/2013, 8:27 pm

I've only heard about this in passing so far, but I hope everyone is okay and doesn't suffer a lot of property damage. I heard there was a very high death toll. Sad
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