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Rage on Gila! - The Big One of 2005

the great flood of 2005 at the 211 bridge on the gila river - 
                note that the entire field behind the big tree in the middle is now, uh, the river
The great flood of 2005 at the 211 bridge on the Gila River - 
Note that the entire field behind the big tree in the middle
is now, uh, the river

same perspective as above but a little closer - this is the flood of the century, so far

Same perspective as above but a little closer
This is the flood of the century, so far


this is the high point and the water is within about 5 feet of the roadbed - 
                it's normally about 10 feet lower

This is the high point and the water is within
about 5 feet of the roadbed -
it's normally about 10 feet lower


looking downstream - the channel is normally about 10 feet wide and just to the left of that big cottonwood - everything to the right is normally a field

Looking downstream from the bridge -
The channel is normally about 10 feet wide
and just to the left of that big cottonwood - 
Everything to the right is normally a field


this is to the right of the picture above, normally a field - look closely in the middle and note the swamped mobile home and a big tractor in water up to the axle

This is to the right of the picture above, normally a field - 
Look closely in the middle and note the swamped mobile home
and a big tractor in water up to the axle


another field on the opposite side of hwy 211 from the pic above - that small patch of green in the middle and slightly to the right is a high spot that indicates what the entire field looks like normally

Another field on the opposite side of Hwy 211 from the pic above - That small patch of green in the middle and slightly to the right is a high spot that indicates what the entire field looks like normally


the bear is runnin! normally bone dry, bear creek is the accumulated drainage going back 30 miles or more - note that it's cutting into the far bank and spilling onto the road behind the barricade

The Bear's a Runnin'!
Normally bone dry, bear creek is the accumulated drainage
going back 30 miles or more - note that it's cutting into the far bank and spilling onto the road behind the barricade


self portrait - monica rude and kyle johnson

Self portrait - Monica Rude and Kyle Johnson


The Bear - again, normally bone dry - heading to its confluence with the Gila, about a mile down

The Bear - again, normally bone dry -
heading to its confluence with the Gila, about a mile down



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