Crime Scene?

The distressed sheriff’s deputy in Bellvue who told me last week that the flood was a “natural disaster, not a photo op” appears to have gotten a little crazy with his yellow tape.

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Now that emitting CO2 is a crime, it makes sense to call the flood a crime scene. (Assuming you have the IQ of a turnip.)

Two years ago as flood waters were rising on the Poudre River, I posted this video of a fawn and its mother trapped on an island. Eventually the mother crossed off the island, and the fawn was rescued by the La Porte fire department.

This is how that island looks today. Note the 18 inch diameter river rocks, transported there by countless large floods.

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And finally, a frightening view of the permanent drought in Bellvue.

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4 Responses to Crime Scene?

  1. Latitude says:

    you’re making me want to move back…..

  2. kbray in california says:

    Where are all the missing dead bodies?

  3. Traitor In Chief says:

    Beautiful area. Almost looks like a free country.

  4. gregole says:

    Great photos Steve! Thanks for keeping it real.

    I talked to a friend of mine in Longmont today – he is ok but he mentioned if his house was five feet lower he would have been flooded. The usual disaster scene – some places devastated; some untouched.

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