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  1. Those waters have certainly risen a long way. And there doesn’t seem to be any sign of lowering soon either. As you say, great for photographs but not so good for people living in the area.

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    • Indeed! These were just at the river edge and there were plenty of barriers to keep it away from most houses. Hopefully we get to more of a normal winter soon

      On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 9:55 PM, Travel with Intent wrote:

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  2. Yes, it we could just distribute the water evenly throughout the world! We’ve had some flooding here, enough to cover the sidewalk that forms part of the river walk in downtown Naperville. The water is down now, thankfully.

    janet

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  3. Hahaha… love your watery benches! We saw a lot of flooding in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire whilst driving through on Tuesday, but mostly on the flood plains (where it belongs). Not so good when it comes into your house or business 😦

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