dukke v Duke Fan PLUTO Member since Jul 2006 120768 posts
Iwas just down to Head of Island.............. (Posted on 9/3/12 at 3:55 pm)
Bro-in-law is building a house down on old river road and is staying across the street. TWO foot of water going down the road after you cross the bridge. 22 is not under water but you better have a truck. I was really trying to keep my composure while driving by ALL that these people have lost.They DO have power and water if anyone from down there is able to read this.
Icansee4miles LSU Fan Trolling the Tickfaw Member since Jan 2007 14454 posts
re: Iwas just down to Head of Island.............. (Posted on 9/3/12 at 5:07 pm to wickowick)
Highest it's ever been on the Tickfaw, and receding so slowly compared to other bad events (Rita and Ike), so everything is staying soaked a lot longer. I still can't get into my place and start the cleanup and might not for another couple of days. Whereas cinder blocks always kept everything up enough in the past-not this time.
wickowick LSU Fan Head of Island Member since Dec 2006 19270 posts
re: Iwas just down to Head of Island.............. (Posted on 9/5/12 at 7:22 pm to lsufan112001)
quote: Message Posted by lsufan112001 Did the houses along the Diversion flood?
I am not aware of any. We had water in the yard, but few of any of those homes ever have a chance of flooding. I would think that homes along the Diversion are some ofthe safest waterfront homes in Louisiana. I know that there were some road access problems on the north end of 22, east of the river above Hilltop. The water will be back in the banks in two days at most...