Farmer saving his cows from the Nooksack river

Nooksack River and Kamm Creek

We live on ten acres right out side of Lynden where Kamm Creek flows into the Nooksack River. We tend to get flooded nearly every year, but this year seemed to be one of the worst. The water was so deep that it was about 3 inches from getting inside of our house. Although the water didn't seem to last long (Wednesday night, all Thursday, then receded on Friday) the clean up will be ongoing. Many things floated throughout the land and most is not to be found. Nobody had expected the water to come this high, and we now know what to expect in the future.

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