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Blue Moose Pic?

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First off we are praying for all the people along the Red and Mo. rivers. Hope for the best.

Does anyone have a current picture of the river around the Blue Moose in East Grand Forks? We eat there on our way to Canada every year.

Thanks, Finns.

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I don't have any pics, but Grand Forks is in good shape with their flood walls. They are good to go at 61 feet (the flood of 1997 was 53 or so... if I remember right). The better question would most likely be where can I cross the river to get to the Blue Moose? I don't live their any more so I can't help you with that one and it will most likely be a timing issue.

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Thanks for the link. cool Hope all goes well up there.

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You can get some good pics of the downtown area by going to www.grandforksgov.com/greenway. The water is going down right now, but predicted to have another crest, probably higher, in a couple of weeks.

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Thanks for the link. Looks like the folks can't get a break frown . Good luck to all.

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