Flooding in York County

Just driving 3/10 of a mile from home and the road was closed.  People just ignored the road closed sign and cones across Carlisle Road.

Idiots

The basement is dry

they float

 

new meaning to car wash

 
 

Tee Time

NOT so WHITE

Mill was built for the water to pass underneath

 
 

Coolers, gas cans, propane tanks...Oh my!

 

Bird Down

Bird #2

 

almost to the bridge

The bridge on Carlisle Road over the Little Conewago. 
 
 
 

Detter's Mill Bridge over The Conewago Crick...I mean creek.

  

My favorite Bridge #209 at Beaver Hole. 

Impressive

I had to walk across a field because Bull Road to Beaver Hole was flooded.
 

The log was in the way

 

No lane bridge

 
 

Bridge 209 has serious foundation issues

I was told the bridge would be repaired this summer.  Now I think York County is just waiting for it to collapse.
 
 

Pinchot Park Boat Mooring Area

 

No one will be fishing from the dock

Couldn't get to the benches

 This is normally a little peninsula.
 
 

No picnics today

 
 
 Stay safe everyone….no driving through the closed roads!
 
It’s still raining,
~P.

Comments

  1. I am glad that you are okay. We have a marsh now in the cemetery across from our apartment building.

  2. Good job…did you come down my way to get Tessa? I hear there’s a lot of closed roads…

    • No, the roads were closed in Windsor. She stayed with her Dad for my night. I picked her up after school today. I’m going to school with Tesla tomorrow and it’s her turn for snack. We got Scooby Snacks for her classmates. 🙂

  3. Did you take all these pictures? Save them! We can definitely use them in The Spartan (and give you credit)!

Go ahead...take a swing. I'll duck and listen.

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