I live near Nashville TN, and we have had our share of flooding this spring. There is a park that I run the trails on most mornings. For the past seven weeks, the trails have been underwater. Here's a photo of the aftereffects.
It all started about 10 weeks ago with rain upon rain. The park started to flood into the baseball/football fields and trails. Amazingly, fishermen started to fish in the park. Check-out these photos.
This bass boat is basically in the outfield of a baseball park.
The trail runs just beyond the bass boat with the creek on the other side of the tree line.
A Great blue heron roaming the sidelines.
A trail of mud. Here's what the trail looked like after the water subsided, 4 to 5 inches of mud. Spring has sprung all around except here. It almost looks like a bomb went off.
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