Now, for the interesting tale of Hubby's transport. Ambulance from one hospital to another, arrive at second hospital, attendants are transferring from one gurney to the other. The gurney rolls from under Hubby!!! The EMT caught Hubby and prevented his head from striking the floor but the rest of his body hit hard. He was in so much pain, he is saying there are no injuries. A fall versus a burst appendix, naw, the fall would not hurt. That generated some paper work for the staff and ambulance.
I think that covers the personal injuries stories. Don't worrry, I will have some to add soon. Bev says, the day's work is not complete until Gail gets an owie...so that will be another story.
High water and damages is what we will peek at now. Who knows what we will uncover when the water is down, and we were just finishing cleaning up from the ice storm and tornado of years past!
Back corner of Marcy's house!!!
Here's some irony...the boat shed.
Hubby is trying to turn the water.
Normally, all you see here is green grass.
Under this water, lies a fence, really.
These culverts were installed by Entergy.
See the wisdom in their construction?
We told them they would never hold.
The water is going over,
which makes the water on the far side about eight feet.
This is a dry crossing, only for pond overflow.
At least, we got two new culverts...somewhere
and maybe, two gates.
I am grateful for the rain.
The ponds are full.
The houses are still standing
and my family is safe.