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The Rain in Tupelo Ln Flows Mainly to the Drain.

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I just ran 2 miles in about 25 mins in hard rain. I need a weatherproof stopwatch.

I learned three things, today:

One. I can run 2 miles non-stop, again.
Two. What it means for a storm drain to be at full capacity. Tupelo Ln is a mile road, downhill, running 2-3" deep, traveling faster than I could, with one drain. It's a small, residential, untrafficked road, so I ran in the road (against traffic, of course), shoes pounding, ankle deep in water, and when I reached the end? The drain was not full.
Three. A swollen creek and 1 wake board can entertain up to 8 children.

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Updated 02 Jul 2010 at 11:14 PM by Nick

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  1. Chux's Avatar
    ShinMyk told me about that business, saying he was going to get washed away on the way home.
  2. Fe 26's Avatar
    if you live in Tupelo MS, and never called me, I will find you and kill you on principle

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