Anyone need some extra snow melt? We can spare some.
The lake is attempting to invade the yard. That overflow into the lower yard?
That's 15 inches of crystal clear alpine snowmelt.
The path to our dock is underwater. The dock itself is afloat and mostly safe. Some of our neighbors with stationary docks aren't so lucky.
The nice cedar dock which can barely be seen was built just a few weekends ago.
Even City Beach is about to get inundated. This memorial is usually comfortably above the water line.
Notice the snow in the mountains in the background? We're not done yet.
This is our current lake level:
We're estimated to be at 2064.4 by Friday. At the point we'll be close to the 100 year flood level. Some of the lakeside homes will start flooding at that point. Our house is much higher on the slope, it would take at least another 10 feet to do real damage to us.
Some of those around us don't live as high up, many of those on the more expensive stretches of waterfront.
Wish we could ship some of this water down to the southwest at the moment.