Tuesday, May 20, 2008

That's Close to the Bridge

More "flooding" and puddles along the Boise Greenbelt, as the river has risen once again. This picture is on the east side of the Glenwood bridge, a spot watched closely because the bridge is rather low - and the topography is low here, all looking even more low today with the water so high. Normally, this river is more of a meandering stream, with people standing in it to fish with the water up to their knees. The levels are close to what is called "bank full," still, not technically flooding.

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