Well, though it stopped raining on Thursday, the water in the Minnesota River has continued to rise. I just got a text message from Gustavus warning me that parts of 169, 99, and 22 are currently closed. The section on 99 is the bridge which my last few pictures were from on Friday. The MN department of transportation is reporting the closings. I’ll include a screenshot of the ones near St. Peter.
People used for Scale:
M = mathematician, moved to Japan for a brilliant post-doc; on to visit list!
OC = orchestral conductor, brother, lives in DC area
PE = project engineer, dad, providing reasons to visit India & Australia this year
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