Thanks for your concern, it's been epic on an unpresendented scale. I'm still in shock. Over a years worth of rain in 3 days. My family is safe, but our town and several others in the Front Range have been destroyed. We are lucky as our property does not apprear to have sustained any damage at this time b/c our house is high on a ridge. The entire town has been evacuated. It's now a fedral disaster zone, huge high clearance military vehicals, blackhawks and Chinooks are everywhere. The river has chosen a new path, killed 4 people, destroyred 75 homes, and wiped out our electical, water and sewer systems.....and that's just my town. fuck. Youtube "lyons flood" or "jamestown flood" or "salina flood" or "Longmont flood" or "Boulder flood. The gound was shaking from the boulders tumbeling inside the river....on hwy 66 right outside my neighboorhood.
My family and I are living with friends for now. It's all speculation at this point but we may not be permitted to return to our homes for a long long time, estiamtes are ranging from unknown to 6 months and winter is approacing fast. Next time the national gaurd let's my back into town I'm planning to winterize my house.
I don't want to change the topic of this thread, so we can let it go and suspend realitiy but thinking about trucks.
Hold your loved ones safe.