Intense man. Stay safe.
Longmont (north of Denver) in a fire truck.
Stay safe and dry Hans!
I just went through a flood at my house - water main break at the top of my street...my house only one flooded...just my luck!
measuring the wall, looks like I had about 11 1/4" of water so no shop vac was going to work for me, but I hope you don't see anymore water/damage. It's unreal the kind of damage water can do. Even after it's gone. I am having shortness of breath being at my house and may have to spend a night or two somewhere else.
Anyway hope everybody out there is safe.
-Wishing you the best, Hans. I hope your family keeps safe and dry.
Thanks for all the posts, PM's, texts, and email. I guess the news has spread across the country so I've been getting a lot of thoughtful messages.
My house is good. I seem to have plugged the leak. I can't say that life is very good for the people on the next street over. The creek changed course last night and decided to flow directly into a row of houses.
And it just started raining again. Ironic... this time last year we were praying for rain. Careful what you wish for!
Here's a look at life for the people one street over as they prepare for the next series storms headed our way.
My goodness Hans.....stay safe man, you've always got a place to stay in Minnesota is you need to escape!!! Praying that the rains stop now!
I had 11" of water in my basement when it flooded this week...and it's a MESS...lost damn near everything downstairs...I can't imagine what so many people in Colorado are going to have to go through. My heart goes out to them.
It sucks that people have to suffer through stuff like this.