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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2011 12:26 am 
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Couldn't decide where these should go...so I put them here. I took these today in South Dakota where they are having a heck of a time over there with all the water that is coming into the missouri river from Montana and other sources. They say the dams could remain this wide open for over a month. Most of these dams records for flow has been 67,000 cfs to 75,000 cfs. They are now running between 140,000 cfs and 150,000 cfs.

I took pictures of two of the four dams in South Dakota.

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Nice pics. The 2nd one really shows the scale of water being released. Down in Omaha, we should see all that water in a day or two. :oops:


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