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sheepguide

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High Waters and A Few Whitetails
« on: June 09, 2012, 10:46:36 PM »
Some pics from todays touring. Sorry about the quality but it hasnt quit raining all day.

A few pics of the Clearwater River west of Caroline near Corkscrew mountain.







Old Clearwater ranger Staiton Barn with high waters in field.


Muskegs are full as well and flowing into ditches.


Clearwater At Rig Street Bridge.


Rig Street Washed Out.


And Flowing Down The Pipe Line


Washing out some land I rent.


Some deer from tonight.






And imagine Deer and Wildhorses Feeding Together.
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Re: High Waters and A Few Whitetails
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2012, 11:42:46 PM »
Just think if that wild horse wasn't there that picture would have three more deer in it  ;).

Seriously flooding is got to be the scariest thing maybe short of wildfires. Couple years ago around Lethbridge the flooding was unbelievable and left those affected completely helpless to fight it. It also sounds like you might be in for a lot more rain so i hope it doesn't get to bad for everyone out that way.
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Re: High Waters and A Few Whitetails
« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2012, 12:11:29 AM »
There is a small field area behind this that had a bunch more deer tonight some are in the pic prior to the horse pic. And last night had 10 head of elk and 15 deer. When I saw the horses there I so wanted to get pics of all them together as it contradicts what alot of people say but the elk werent out yet(or were feeding on the old airstrip). Ill be doing my best to watch that area for that pic if I can.

And yes flooding is pretty scary. Lots of friends and family have been evacuated by the Clearwater river in years past and Ive had to rescue two horses that I pasture in a field that borders it. Ill be loading them out tomorrow if this rain persists. Its a downpour now so not looking to promising!

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Re: High Waters and A Few Whitetails
« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2012, 08:53:38 AM »
Looks rough to us boys but its just mother nature doing her thing.  Good pics Darcy.