August 29th, 2011

Feeling pretty fortunate here on high ground. 12 hours without power was a minor inconvenience. Some collected photos from the interwebs. Thoughts and best wishes go out to our neighbors and friends who are dealing with this.

Otter Creek in Rutland, Vermont, went from a depth of less than 4 feet Sunday morning to more than 17 feet at 1:45 a.m. Monday — nearly four feet higher than the record set in 1938, according to the National Weather Service. While it was falling Monday morning, it was still 8 feet above flood stage.

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