Glenn: Wow the road is flooded. Maureen: We might have to just park here. M: I’m parking here and walking in. G: Keep going it’s fine.
M: no…no…no… G: It is, it’s fine, just go through the center M: ok
G: Watch this guys. [Music: “Algonquin Trippin'” by Glenn Hubert] [Spring Peeper frogs chirping] [Sound of walking through water] G: Wow! It’s flooded! G: Wow the frogs are having a great time. G: All this area is flooded. G: how is it flooded so much we haven’t had any… G: well we’ve had some rain in the last
few days. G: however we haven’t had… G: this much rain to ever make the road flood this much… G: Unreal! G: Oh, I know what’s happened guys… G: there’s a beaver dam just over this way, G: and just uphill a little ways, I think
big beaver dam and a pond back there, G: and I think what’s happened is the Beaver
Dam is burst, and it’s coming all the way across… G: all the way across the land, it’s
flooded the land. G: Oh No G: Oh No G: Looks like it’s washing in his driveway
out. G: That’s our neighbor’s driveway… G: He has a big culvert in here but it’s above
the culvert G: I hope it doesn’t wash out his driveway completely. G: Unreal. G: Look it’s washed the road out. It’s
washing the road out here. G: It is washing his driveway out G: Oh yeah. G: Wow…got a canoe? G: Guys, this is all…this is all our
property here, and it’s all, it’s just flooded! G: Beaver Dam! M: It’s flooded all his land.. M: Look how much of his land is flooded. [car drives up] M: Hi. Man: A lot of water came from somewhere M:Yeah, it just happened, we just came home
about 20 minutes ago, and that wasn’t there. G: It normally doesn’t flow down this
way… for a couple of years it hasn’t come down this far. Man: It does’t come down this far… G: Very, very unusual the water is right up to the
roadside here… G: And this never happens G: I mean all out in front… unreal…
I mean look at this… G: It’s like a river. [Glenn & Maureen returning in car.] M: We might just have to park here. M: I’m parking here and walking in. G: Keep going it’s fine.
M: no…no…no… G: It is, it’s fine, just go through the center. M: ok
G: Watch this guys, We’re going through a flood. [A car driving through flooded road] [water splashing up] G: This is all flooded here. [walking through water] G: Hey guys, a little update.
It’s been two or three hours now, G: Yeah, closer to three hours
since we last gave you the update, G: and the flooding seems it, it’s continuing
and waters still coming in torrents… G: it does seem to be… I think past its peak now G: I think it’s
coming down a little bit… G: double culvert going across the road it
is a good thing that that was put in to G: you know avert any crisis like this
where you do have all the extra runoff G: of water usually that’s what, the spring
time, that they ensure that not in G: the event of something like this where.
I’m about 99.99% sure that it was a G: beaver dam that collapsed not too far
from here, probably less than about G: half a kilometer
you know quarter mile from here and G: it is it is draining and I think it is
slowing down now so that’s good. G: Sounds really nice got a river flowing
down beside the road. G: something we’re not something we’re not accustomed to seeing or hearing. G: Unfortunately the neighbor’s not going to be too happy, his driveway is getting washed out G: So, no we no way to contact him, eh? M: No. G: Oh well, M: I guess he’ll find out next time
he comes for a visit. G: Yeah. M: Unless he watches our YouTube videos. G: Yeah maybe he’ll see it. Alright. G: So and the other neighbor
over up on the far side G: seems to be that his driveways also partly
under water as well. G: So, we can contact him and and let them
know that you know, rather than having G: them wait for a while and that way they
can you know get anything done that G: needs to be as far as fill and repair
if need be. yeah alright. G: Well that’s it for this edition
we’ll see you next. Just an update. G: I’m Glenn…
M: I’m Maureen G: Bye for now.
M: Take care