I like the waves in this one. At it's deepest, the water might have been 9-10 inches across the road, not a real big deal, although the waves splashing up on the side and not knowing exactly how deep it was going to get was kind of a rush.
Hi MarkC,MarkC said:Wow!
I would definitely take the snow over flooding rivers.
Just saw Fargo flooded on today's morning news. Rough stuff.
Glad you made it back dry.
So how did your son do in the tournament?
Yes, concrete megafauna are a big deal up here - I think part of the reason is that we need something to look at over the winter! I'll try to keep this trend going as we travel...remery said:Ghost,
You will have to explain the fascination you tundra folks have with large animal icons. Eau Claire, Wisconsin has large a large concrete rat and chicken, Huron, S.D. has a large pheasant and a steer, and now you show me a fish. Is this some Scandanavian cultural tradition or what?
Tim, you have a very interesting set of hobbies - TV's with tubes, cars with fins, why do I think you have stacks of 45 rpm records laying around...hondacuraworld said:OMG!!!
All things the same, Ghost, I think I'll take the snow. That water would do nasty things to my collection of antique televisions in the basement!
(p.s. - to see my basement, http://www.area31.org/vintage.html )
Hey - it's a God-given and probably Constitutional right for parents to brag about their kids .......... and for us Grandparents to brag about our grandkids!ghost said:since the Acura is in the picture, this technically isn't strictly bragging about my kid...