|The river is flowing above the office windows~downtown GR|
|Chris & Cam- snow on back deck|
|Jane, Cam, Emma- to the right of Emma is a green "gator"|
In less than 5 minutes, we drove into the village of Ada and were detoured due to flooding across the roads. We stopped to walk around by the town's baseball field- you can see the scoreboard almost "swimming" in the background. Some funny people posted a sign "Don't Feed the Gators" and even anchored two plastic inflated alligators in the flooded ball field.
Sunday afternoon, we took cousin Coco and ventured downtown to check out the Grand River, which runs right through the heart of our city. In front of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, Chris and Cam are standing at the water's edge...however, the water isn't supposed to be there. Behind them is a set of lampposts that are normally on land with a walkway for pedestrians.
The sun was shining brightly and it felt like spring to all of us. Many other residents were out walking around downtown and quite a few had volunteered to fill sandbags, most of which, thankfully were
|Jane & Cam|
|Chris & Cam are in the middle of the bridge!|
It was an exciting and historic week, complete with Kindergarten Round-Up for our son! Stay tuned to next week's blog for the inside scoop on Cam's school adventure...