And I saw a man in a canoe outside my house.
Its that thing you dread most. You hear the rain at night, but you don't expect to wake up in the morning and find a sports activist in your drive, do you? Well, I did. Yeah, a flood has hit my lovely little village of Bidford-Upon-Avon and caused a whole trail of destruction and devastation in its wake. And I have the photos, alas being one less of the canoe man. Anyway, on with the show. Only a few photos, but to add some content to this topic, feel free to discuss floods in your area and show off some photos.
That is messed up. I wish it did that where I live, but I live on something of a hill, so it would never. I just want to kayak down the street.
I guess the problems that kind of stuff brings are too much compared with the little fun you can get from it...
Damn, that sucks. My street has only flooded once, and it was only about 2 feet deep. Not very damaging, it was actually kind of fun.
:lookaround:I think that would be kinda cool. We have to drive like 3 hours to go canuing. But at the same time it would be hard and iritating to do other things. I was like 10 the last time it flooded real bad on my street. And there was another time when I didnt even exist-it was like in 1936 or some were around there and it was like 5 feet deep.
Yea thats not good..
Holy shit thats a lot of water. In USA we have Texco's, not many though.
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22nd May 2005
Damn, and I was worrying because some trees had fallen down in my street.
well, at least you know it could have been worse.
worst flood we ever had was a flash flood, about two feet of water...flooded our old Mazda.