We found this right along the raging waters. How in Gods green hell did this little artificial flower display and pot end up balanced here? Not a spot of mud on it! Destruction everywhere and then delicate thing survives intact - and ends up balanced on a jam. Like a monument, offering for those who lost so much. A teeny miracle in itself. And a stunning surreal find to walk upon!
This photo of Norma and the Horse (Lucy) is taken a while ago. Note the flatness and green. And the cabin in the background. Now today - This is the same spot, you can see the cabin in this photo below too. Utter devastation! No flat, no green grass. Just a rock field. So sad --
 More pics to come - stay tuned! 
Everyday is something new 
This photo below is of the rock field. The other side. Behind me is the remains of a house from about two miles above us. That pile is full of personal items, household goods & family pictures.
My heart aches w/ every find. Those that dreamed got creamed. Brr- cold too!
The 2020 Flood on the South Fork of the Walla Walla River By Jim Keating 
(A Personal View of a Disaster)
The shot below is of the lower end. Funneled by cliffs and terrain features the river went back to it's channel here. A sharp turn. A nice day now, sunshine. Beauty and Disaster -
Trench dug by water power below. Once flat and green now choppy and mean.
Trench dug by water power below. Once flat and green now choppy and mean.