The storms of the last few days have caused the river to rise to an all-time high in the last 10 years by my house and have caused power outages on and off for 3-6 hours at a time…Lots of downed trees and widespread road closures for flooding, as well. At least my husband created this handy drinking glass lantern so I could see my cold English muffin at breakfast. The homemade grape jelly gave me the ability to swallow it with some enjoyment, although I learned why I always toast them. You can see the whitecaps still on the high river if you look closely at the photo, and fairly close to the green grass line on the far embankment you’ll notice a dark line which is where the leaves start above where the river had risen and washed the rocks clean. Pretty darn high water! The rushing river was extremely loud that night – like trying to sleep at the top of a huge waterfall. Exciting to say the least…
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