We had a weather-event in Wisconsin last week Tuesday. It got wet.
Really, REALLY wet.
I remember 2 ladies at work not able to make it in, as they were flooded in. I remember one lady who managed to get TO work getting a news push, citing the dam that was 2 blocks from her house had failed.
(for the record…everyone ended up safe, as sane as before, and semi-dry…)
I remember having to drive to work, as I don’t own a wetsuit or flippers.
I also remember walking to work the day after the stormage pounded through…because I had to detour. Bethesda park’s walking path was flooded. Now…I could get ON the footbridge spanning the Fox River…but I couldn’t get off it.
Here’s a couple of shots
This one, taken earlier in the spring, the Fox River is firmly in it’s banks, you can see the walking path winding all the way across the park.
Here’s the shot from the same vantage point. You can see where the water has totally covered most the path.
This morning when I once again donned my walking shoes and set off…I thought I’d at least see where the water now was in the park, and see if I could now get through.
I can now get onto the park grounds from the footbridge, but I have to go straight up the hill instead of the walking path down by the river. I call it ‘Taking the High Road.’
I’ll take it whatever way I can get it 😀