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Tue May 02 2017, 11:56PM
Location: Missouri Ozarks
Posts: 155
From 25 - 29 April we had around 16 Inches of rain in South Central Missouri. We have bridges out, and roads destroyed all over. I thought I had a picture of the Two Rivers Canoe Rental building, but I could not locate it. The building is way up on a bluff overlooking the intersection of Jacks Fork & Current Rivers. You will not be getting any new pictures of it. All that is left is the concrete slab. Harvey's at Alley Springs was flooded but the building remains. No word on other canoe rentals. My understanding is that all Parks on the Ozark National Scenic Riverways are closed down due to flood damage.

This is a picture of the Powder Mill Bridge on highway 106 East of Eminence taken last year.
The wife just showed me a picture on facebook with water over the bridge. I am not sure just how far the bridge top is off the water normally, but 40 feet would be a good guess. That is a lot of water.
Highway 106 is closed near Alley Springs Park due to road damage.
Cabins, and Trailers washed down stream. What a mess.
I am hoping things get cleaned up enough to kayak in the next month or so.


[ Edited Tue May 02 2017, 11:58PM ]
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Wed May 10 2017, 09:33PM
Posts: 39
Oh no! That's terrible! I hope everyone is safe.
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