Tuesday, October 6, 2009

10/7 Outdoor Wednesday # 39

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Rain, rain… go away!!! We had some flooding in the area…so of course I had to share the pictures!

Road closed…..

Road Closed

Water on the road…….

Road Submerged

Irony Up Close

Playground under water…….

Playground Under Water

and even some road damage……

Massive Road Damage

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HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PARTICIPANTS:

1. Tink *~*~*
2. Amisha@ Gorgeousandfun
3. Cindy @ Applestone Cottage
4. Kathy
5. lynne@ lynnesgiftsfromtheheart
6. Dab of This and That
7. Denise@ cottagesisters
8. Cass @ That Old House
9. Brenda@ Cozy Little House
10. amy
11. Cuisine Kathleen
12. Ebie, CA
13. La Voice
14. Candy @ The Little Round Table
15. The Lazy Peacock
16. Elisabeth
17. Sandra at My Bella Rose
18. Christi at A Southern Life
19. ldh
20. Bonnie
21. Jean
22. Sue
23. Bill @ Affordable Accoutrements
24. Heidi - HEART AND HOME
25. erin's art and gardens
26. Heidi - HEART AND HOME
27. Lisa @ fern creek cottage
28. bj. (a picinic)
29. Lisa @ fern creek cottage corrected link
30. Tootsie
31. Mary@ One Perfect Bite
32. Terry
33. Jean Stockdale in Layfette
34. Linderhof - Should link to Lines from Linderhof
35. Teresa
36. barbara jean@ Treasures from the Heart
37. COZY KITCHEN BY THE SEA
38. Singapore plants lover
39. Karen @ Nittany Inspirations
40. Fifi Flowers Outdoors in Paris
41. Rinkly Rimes Australia
42. Kat
43. Jane@ Artfully Graced
44. Claudia@ Dipity Road( Road less travled)
45. Barbara@ Purple Goar Lady
46. canal break
47. luna miranda
48. Riet
49. Chris C, Florida
50. HOOTIN' ANNI
51. Diann @ The Thrifty Groove
52. Lynette's LAM
53. Robin~ All Things Heart and Home~ Aautumn Festival
54. Robin~ All Things Heart and Home~ Aautumn Festival
55. myrna @ My Enchanted Home
56. Pam, Florida
57. Leigh from Tales from Bloggeritaville
58. Puna @ Life Signatures
59. Christine
60. Robin, Upstate NY
61. Pam @ Mom's Mutterings
62. Sally
63. Cherry's in the garden & more
64. Carol
65. Tracy @ Ms. Bake- It
66. Baba
67. Kim
68. Squirrel's View
69. Pat@ Back Porch Musings
70. hapzydeco
71. Carla
72. Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti
73. Family Trees May Contain Nuts
74. Jean Stockdale- Flora and Fauna
75. storyteller at Small Reflections
76. JLS Hall (Joysweb)
77. Jeanne
78. Renee@ Cottage Lifestyle
79. Debbie @ Plate Addict
80. Marsha' s Mpressions
81. Hood Photo (OR- US)
82. Butter Yum - Autumn in Virginia
83. Zealclip Youtube Video Search
84. GP
85. carolyn USA
86. Lynn Guinn
87. Maria Berg, Sweden
88. Donna @ Sugar Spice Southern LIfe
89. Erica
90. Grandmother Wren
91. grannyann
92. JSELEP
93. annies home -
94. Cailin Marie
95. Joyce M
96. Donetta at a Life Uncommon
97. Lori
98. Carly's photography
99. Happily Retired Gal
100. Cheryl B. - preparing for winter
101. You're next!
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58 comments:

  1. Oh Susan,
    You really have got some rain! We have had a lot this week, cold and dreary. I hope the sun comes out for you soon, Have a great Wednesday! Cindy

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  2. Wow, that's some flood! I just recently took over management of a blog dedicated to signs, the road, pathways, etc. I think your pictures would make an excellent entry, either as a guest post or just as a participant. I hope you'll consider it - you can visit to see what it's all about here - http://thiswaythursday.blogspot.com/

    I hope you guys have dried out and that the roads are passable once more!

    Tink *~*~*

    PS - I see two linkies thingies - I guess I will sign them both!

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  3. Hope that things dry up for you soon. We've finally been getting some fairly decent rainfall, but thank goodness not that much! There has been some minor flooding, but nothing like what ya'll have had. Hope you haven't had any damage. That last road picture is scary. Kathy

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  4. Wow! You have had some flooding! We have had more than our share of rain here. It is either feast or famine here. Thanks for hosting this fun event. Hope you are doing well.

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  5. I thought of you and Sue and Joyce when I heard about the floods in Ga. I hope you didn't have much damage!
    Mother Nature......

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  6. We have been having much needed rain in our area, but nothing like this. Seems mother nature is all messed up this year. Trust you had no damage.

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  7. Oh Susan, I hate seeing flooding pictures, being a "flood survivor" myself -- I really ache for the people in and around Atlanta in the face of the recent storms and floods.

    Stay dry!
    Cass

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  8. Oh, so much rain. It rained here today and is probably on its way to you :( Hope y'all survive it all. I'm hoping all the summer rain will make for a pretty fall!

    Christi

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  9. Susan... "some" flooding? Girl this looks like a whole lot of flooding to me.. hope you are safe from any of this... Thanks for hosting another fun filled Wednesday..stop by when you get a chance..hugs ~lynne~

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  10. Wow, those are amazing pictures. Can't believe the swing set one.

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  11. Hi Susan,
    Dramatic photographs! I'm glad you posted them, but very sorry it happened in your area and sad for anyone who was impacted by the flooding.

    Thank you for hosting. I hope the rest of your week goes well.

    Regards,
    Bill

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  12. we have had our share of rain in tennesse too (4th wettest sept. on record). it beats a drought though! your photos are very dramatic! better wear your rain boots! thanks for hosting! erin

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  13. Hi Susan,
    Oh, I am so sorry you are experiencing all that flooding. I must be terrible for everyone. It's so strange, we need the rain so desperately, and you in the South have way too much of it...isn't that always the way it goes?
    Hope you come out of this with no problems. I will be thinking of you.
    BTW when I linked up I put your URL in by mistake the first time. If you get a chance just delete the first Heart and Home link. Sorry about that. Guess those flood pictures had me rattled!
    Hope you can stop by for a visit and take a look at our dry land.
    XO
    Heidi - Heart and Home

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  14. Mother Nature at it again! We've had some much needed rain here in central TX, but could use some more. Humidity today was at 90% but no rain. :-) Hope you were high and dry. ~ Sarah

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  15. wow - you really have received the rain - those pictures are very scary, but thank you for sharing them. stay dry and safe!

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  16. OH dear!!! you are under water, and I am soaking things in with the garden hose!!! I hope it lets up for you soon! I linked in...now I am off to see the others!

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  17. I hope you and your family are warm and dry. I didn't realize how serious the flooding was. Take care. Blessings...Mary

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  18. oh so sorry to see all that.
    Hope you are your family are all doing OK..
    Thanks for hosting.

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  19. That's just awful. I hope you are weathering the storm alright with no damage. Great photos! Stay safe.

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  20. I'm sorry that the folks in Georgia are experiencing all the flooding. I feel so bad about their loss of personal property. Those are amazing photos.

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  21. Wow! I saw 6 Flags had terrible flooding, but didn't think about how many people were affected. Hope everyone is safe & things will be back to normal soon! Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Oh what a mess! I hope you stayed dry where you are. This is my first Out Door Wednesday! I'm excited to see all the photos. I love outdoors. Have a great day!

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  23. What dramatic photographs! I am so sorry that you and the residents of this area had to go through this. Hopefully the waters have receded and life is returning to normal.

    Thank you, once again,for hosting Outdoor Wednesday. It's wonderful to visit all the interesting places our blog friends share. And for those of us who live in completely different climates, it's so much fun to see fall...winter...spring...and summer.
    Jane (artfully graced)

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  24. Hi Susan,
    Wow!! what devastation, We had heard from our son who lives in Ga. how bad it was,but these pictures makes it more vivid. Thank you for sharing, and thank you for allowing me to participate in OW, as I have not been able to lately.
    Sue

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  25. oh my, there are floods all over the world! we're haunted by water.:P

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  26. Oh dear, flooding, so dramatic.I feel so sorry for the people.
    Great photographs.
    Have a nice day

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  27. You must live in Atlanta? I do and those pics look familiar. Hope you didn't get any flood damage!
    Happy Outdoor Wednesday
    Robin
    All Things Heart and Home

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  28. Woops! I put in my link with the wrong address! #53 is wrong. I redid it...#54 is correct! I'm sooooo sorry.

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  29. Hi Susan,
    Your photos of the flood waters and the damage they have done are amazing. I certainly hope the raising waters didn't do any damage to you or your family members...

    Thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday, your efforts are greatly appreciated.
    Pam :)

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  30. OMG! I hope you and your home are ok, Susan. The Philippines just had it really bad and I feel so sorry for the people who lost thier homes, vehicles and even lives. I hope you are doing ok. We miss you!..Christine

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  31. Oh wow! Lots of damage - so sad. I hope you and your family have not suffered any damage.

    Thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday!

    ~ Tracy

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  32. Hope you and your family are doing well in all of our Georgia flooding. Thanks for sharing your pictures!

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  33. Good morning Susan, these pictures are so sad to look at and think about the damage done to so many..I am headed to Atlanta on Friday for a granddaughter's birthday party on Saturday..I hope the rain stays away... Atlanta needs no more flooding..

    Thanks for hosting Outdoor Wednesday..it is a fun meme..
    Hugs, Baba

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  34. Susan...looks like scenes we have had here in Texas...

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  35. This reminds me of flooding we've had in our area, through the years. One year in particular, November 82. That was the year Jim and I met. Our homes weren't affected, but getting to and from work, etc. was. Living near the Mississippi, we've seen this happen so much.
    Great photo story, Susan!
    Happy Outdoor Wednesday!:-)

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  36. I love a picture of signs warning of flooding that are almost under water. Wow that is a lot of water.

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  37. Amazing photos! Sorry to learn about your flooding due to excessive rain. Sure wish there was a way to send some of that wet stuph to us here in Southern California where it's way too dry due to lack of rain for much too long.

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  38. Hello Susan, the floods were terrible and I know it sadly affected many lives. I can't believe how bad it was. My prayers go out to those who suffered because of this flooding.

    Hugs, Jeanne

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  39. You guys really had a scare with those torrential rains. I hope not too many people were left homeless or hurting.
    Brenda

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  40. Hi Susan! Hasn't it been awful? We needed the rain...but not all at once! I hope you and your family are doing well!...hugs..Debbie

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  41. Wow!! Water can sure make a terrible mess. I hope everything gets back to normal soon, whatever normal is. We have had so much rain this summer and it is still raining today.

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  42. I can't even imagine! Here I sit wishing/praying for rain so we can get out of this drought and not have to "ration" our water usage so tightly, and there you are with an over abundance. Grr at Mother Nature. She needs to pass over So Cal and soon.
    I hope you and yours are safe and pray for those that may have experienced damage or loss.
    I've been MIA and just came back to blogging this week. You take care of yourself and be safe. That's an order! (lol!)

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  43. That's a lot of rain, I hope you were not adversely affected. Great pics.
    ~Myrna Lee
    http://daylily777-myenchantedhome.blogspot.com/2009/10/outdoor-wednesday-pumpkin-farm.html

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  44. Goodness, Susan! I had no idea! I've been without a computer for weeks and haven't been watching the news. I am so glad you're okay!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  45. That is a lot of water - hope you are all right. MB

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  46. Oh no...flooding!
    We've had a lot of experience with that, unfortunately. I do hope the water stayed out of your basement at least!

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  47. I stopped by to see the list and photos. I'm not sure I have the energy to post this week, but I still wanted to check it out...

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  48. WOW! I think you really see the extent of the flooding when you look at how high the water is on the playground! Good Grief! Take care!

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  49. That is awful! Hope it dries up soon. Take care.
    Lori

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  50. What a lot of water! We had some problems like that around here too.
    Alfazema

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  51. Oh my goodness that is scary looking Susan!

    I've missed you my friend. I hope all is well with you and yours.

    Many Blessings and Happy Fall!
    ~Melissa :)

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  52. We're still HOPING for rain in Southern California and you have too much. I'm back, belatedly sharing views from the Skilak Wildlife area of Alaska.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  53. Thanks for allowing me to post something today. I have posted some Australian spring time pictures-they look very different to your flood pictures! I do hope that you have some kinder weather soon. Best wishes, NM.

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  55. I just love the colors of fall. I am in Moscow, Russia and fall is now over. But the trees here were beautiful. Almost as beautiful as in my USA home state of GA. :-)

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