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Old 05-02-2010, 07:09 PM
GlynnC GlynnC is online now
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For the middle Tennessee folks, the commercial account of mine that is flooded sits along Mill creek--I think the only point on the whole property that isn't flooded is an old cemetary--one of Nashville's founding families--marked tombstones goes back to early 1800's--several grave sites just marked with stones. The warehouse and office areas had about 18 inches of water last night--I'm sure much deeper than that on Sunday. Freshly mulched lawn area--3 feet under or more.
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Old 05-02-2010, 07:14 PM
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Don't bother trying to get through Nashville. I just got back to school here in Bowling Green and I had to detour around a good portion of 65, and you can forget trying to use I24 for a day or two.
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