Little bit of water in the hunting house


#1


#2

Nothing a sump pump and a few sprays with your wand cant fix.


#3

Dang… that is nuts. Hope its only for hunting purpose and not a family house.


#4

Inconvenience for us. Heart wrenching for those that live down there. Saturday is clean up day. DOT is supposed to open the road tomorrow


#5

Oh my goodness, so sorry to hear that man, that’s terrible, I hope everyone can recoup swiftly what they’ve lost.

Stay safe, that water can be infected with parasites and sharp objects


#6

Look at the bright side Now it’s a fish camp.


#7

Went down by boat last week. Fish are all over the roads. Stinks to high heaven and mosquitoes are out in force


#8

We’re dealing with a similar stink down here with red tide. It’s horrible


#9

That’s not getting much media attention. My man jon is talking about moving to GA. You might gain some more work :slight_smile:


#10

That water is still probably cleaner than the Cumberland…


#11

It’s very local only a few counties. It’s also just an inconvenience. Some tourism problems but Nothing to the scale of what your area is dealing with.


#12

Bummer


#13

Did The Land and cabin survive?


#14

Bummer, sorry hope it turns around for you guys


#15

Are you going to dig up your caches to check for water damage ?


#16

Cabin is fine. Just lost a few trees. It is 30 more miles inland that the hunting place


#17

Sorry, Will. I know that’s a hard thing to deal with.


#18

On a side note, govt the mini stove thru a trial run at the cabin


#19

It sounds like there is an electric fan on?


#20

Generator for A/C