Oh brother, where art thou?
The building in the upper right hand corner of this picture that is half submerged in water is the Casey County Bank. This is the bank that holds the mortgage on our farm and the place where we went to purchase the farm. Kentucky has been hit with the same series of storms that caused the flooding and damage in Tennessee. Michael, the man we bought our farm from who still lives there, assures us that the farm is okay. The driveway gravel was washed away, there is a leak in one of the utility building’s roof and the basement of the house flooded but was pumped dry. All in all, it was minimal damage considering the quantity of rainfall and the fact that the citizens of Liberty are calling it a five-hundred year flood. Geoff and I are anxious to get up there and take charge of things ourselves, but for now, we wait the remaining forty days.