Re: What a real state of emergency looks like
I do have a corn field, milo, soybean AND wheat, so explain, as the water was NOT as horrific here...but we can see the finer chopped particles of crop residue that
floated to the edges of the "pool" in the fields before it ran over the roads and on down stream.
AND I have fixed flood gaps where the stalks and tree limbs make it a tough job getting the wire cleaned off so it can be re used, so don't even think I'm a virgin, and I
know the destruction was far more severe than anything we've had from flooding here. It doesn't take very many pictures to make that evident.
Now, please explain as I asked you before.