Yeah, I hear you. We had a major washout on the highway to our cottage a
couple of years back and I am sure it never got more than a couple of feet
deep. A beaver dam let go and logs and such washed down a hill and accross
the highway into the lake. It wouldn't have lasted long but it was a good
thing there was no one in that spot at the time. It took out the pavement
and left quite a hole.

Randy B

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Sent: Thursday, February 02, 2006 9:34 AM
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Subject: Re: [MBZ] Trucking Industry the Saga continues

R A Bennell wrote:
> Two Words - Diesel and Snorkel

If you try to cross five feet of running water I guarantee you'll be on
the evening news, snorkel or no.  If the water's moving fast it only
takes a couple of feet to sweep a truck downstream.  Water is dense stuff.

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