We had extremely heavy rainfall near the house. Warnings were going off around the area. Danelle and I decided to dress up and go out for a walk. During the walk, we stopped and helped redirect traffic on South Brentwood blvd to allow a bus to back up and turn around safely. The driver was … Continue reading “Webster Groves Flooding – 8/30/2019”
Its always nice to have friends. In this instance, JoJo called and asked if I wanted to paddle part of the flooded Meramec river. I’m always up for that. I packed up and met them at a place I’ve never paddled before in south Saint Louis. Here are a few shots of our paddle. The … Continue reading “Flood Paddle – 6/18/2019”
We went out to our property to check it out after the flooding. The main part that we use is high up and won’t flood, but we were still curious. The Big River was up a ton and was still coming down. Once out there, we installed some new lines for the solar panels to … Continue reading “Waterfall – 5/6/2017”
We were in the midst of several days of hard rain. I took some photos out of the window, then decided to go exploring. At the creek near the house, it was running high and violent. Large waves would come and go and large debris was pushed downstream. Lots of flooding on streets and several … Continue reading “Crazy Rain – 12/26/2015”
I’m obsessed with the Meramec flooding! Today I drug the whole family back out to the river to see where it was at. The kids had been out of town and didn’t get to see our two visits earlier in the week. So Corvin and I walked farther down the road to see the mess. … Continue reading “Kids In The River – 6/20/2015”
Working downtown near the river, I get to see it changing every day. I just can’t seem to get enough with the flooding. Album Hogan Haake
Mississippi river at 34.34 feet at St. Louis Arch.
Rivers have been up quite a bit in 2011. I paddle the Meramec river at least once per month. I watch the water levels as I pass over the river to work each day. I’ve often taken the kids to Emmenegger park to hang out and hike trails. On this particular day, Danelle was sick … Continue reading “4.26 – Emmenegger Flooding”