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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Brad A, May 24, 2015.
Post your pics (not some you found on the Internet) of your high water
Didn't have time to get pics ( to busy working)but saw houses in Meers that had six foot of water in them and one that had the bricks stripped from it. Water rescue was about to start when I left
Anywhere from 4-7" locally..............nothing too extreme, still had some low ponds, and some still are even after this. No real great water pics but was really happy to see the sunset
nothing all that dramatic, but this is Shell Creek, right next to Henry's Guns at 8 am this morning.
This is a creek in Binger. It is a low water crossing that usually has little to no water flowing. This is a pic of it after it was starting to go down. Around 4ft deep at the time of the pic. Night before it was about 6-8 ft deep and looked like white water Rapids. This being the only road in or out, we were stuck there for about 36 hrs.
Going to try.
To give some perspective. The first picture, to the left of the frame is a black light post. That same light post can be seen in the second picture.
My parents house near Meers on Medicine Creek. 3 feet of water in the house. Lots of mud and debris.
Took the kids fishing. Cats were biting.
This is Sallisaw creek today.
I have a game camera along the Salt Fork northeast of Cherokee, and there is water where I've never seen it before.
This is my normal view.
The hazy picture is at peak height, and in the clear picture, the water is receding.