Wednesday, April 8, 2009

River's Dropping

The Oconee River looked like this at 11:30 a.m., swift current and muddy brown at the GA 46 bridge. The Mount Vernon station reported that the river was receding at 3.6 feet above flood stage. The log next to the footbridge is wet near the bottom, suggesting that thewater had been slightly higher. The blooming lilies are a beautiful reminder of the wonderful park that once existed until series of vandals destroyed it.

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