Talked to Bonnie, all is well

mayberrygardener(z5a, Broomfield, CO)September 16, 2013

She says that their lower pasture flooded, but that the house and barns are up on the hill and they and the horses are all on dry ground; the ditch above had been shut off, so it didn't cause them any problems.

She said she'll get on here and post some pictures for us to see, those of us that have been out there will be interested to see the difference between what we have seen while at the swaps and how it looks now.

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Thanks so much for the call. So sweet of you to ask how we are doing.

This photo is Terry getting the horses to higher ground as the pasture they were in was being flooded last Friday. Today that pasture is free of water but the one along the paved road is still part of the Platte. Bonnie

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