Many readers will remember this Watery Wednesday shot from last November. I was in the same area last week after days of rain.
What was once an idyllic setting was turned into a swifly moving current of muddy water. Standing on the bridge crossing the swollen creek below I was astounded at the swiftness of the water below me. This was an old bridge and the only 'side' was a metal guardrail which meant there wasn't any barrier higher than the calf of my leg. Looking through the viewfinder at the swiftly moving water made me just a bit uneasy.
This is looking upstream. It is the same view from a different angle than the small image above. The building in the right hand side of the picture is an old Grange building that has been renovated. It was established in 1873. The Grange is a fraternal organization for American farmers that encourages farm families to band together for their common economic and political good. The organization was founded in 1867 after the Civil War.
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