Sandbags at the doors?


#1

The thought of the IRS’ under water is frightening . . .



–SSW


#2

That scared me more than anything. Check out this prophetic picture I snapped. This is our main intersection of Arapahoe and Broadway, downtown Boulder.

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#3

Notice the statue marker in the middle of the “creek”. The water went to the 100 year level and is now receding. PS and all of us are safe. I gave the employees the rest of the week off to dry out. Monday should be back to normal.



Everyone’s safe and sound. This used to be a walking path

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#4

Check out this. Behind Boulder high school

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#5

Yike!



It is great to hear the water is receding. I hope the vast majority similarly are able to get through this OK.


#6

Back in the early '80s we were involved in a very bad storm and flood in The SF Bay Area, Marin County where we had just moved.



Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.



Bob and Mary


#7

I’ve heard that more rain is on the way. I hope that is incorrect. Best of luck and I hope you didn’t lose anything valuable!


#8

The videos of the flooding shown on national news last night are sobering. Close to a year’s worth of rain in a couple of days wreaks havoc.



#9

It has certainly made international news - that pic of the interesection of arapahoe and broadway is astonishing. Anyone unfamiliar with what Boulder Creek normally looks like should have a quick google of it to see what it looks like under normal conditions…WOW


#10

As a St. Louis resident, that experienced the Flood of 93, the people of Colorado have my deepest sympathies. Never underestimate the power of water.