These first ones were all shot at the bottom of Broadway street in Quincy near it's intersection with Bonasinga Street. Where the restaurant sits there is usually dry land until you get to the very back which sits out over a foot or so of water.
Sandbags protecting a business
Tons of dead carp were around making the stench worse
Bet they thought they were high enough up.
The brown line marks where the water came up on the sea wall.
Aptly named restaurant.
BNSF will have to check the structural integrity after everything dries to make sure no footings washed out.
May be some of my sandbags there.
Leaving the Gem City behind
Down on the bottoms. Roads are drying out in some places
That farm is where I was bagging sand last week. You can see how close the flood waters built up behind it.
This was completely underwater last week
This farm remains underwater
A ruined corn crop sits below this muck
This was a soybean field
Driftwood from Iowa maybe
This was all water last week
Still a lot of water. That's a rooftop out there
There is a road under that muck
This farm is drying out slowly