Bob, tell you wife thank you for the well wishes
. This has been a trip. We are doing fine, but just get a kick out of everything. Actually, we have full insurance on it, and we have records of what the build cost us (as in receipts too).
Thanks, MikeH. Hopefully things go better, but who knows.
Buddy, I can't say as we "knew" the river was there. The place was named Beaver creek cg, so yes we did know. We pulled in after dark, though. Even with the rain we never thought about it. We were at least a hundred yards from the bank of the river.
Demo, I agree, any lower, and that would have been bad. We figure we could have taken another six to eight inches of water, before being totally swamped. We didn't raise the rear, and that would have given us another four inches or so. It was just coming in our bottom step on our entrance.
Lin, it was interesting unhooking. The power pole was still out of water, but our plugin to the bus was completely submerged. Was surprised that the breaker hadn't tripped on the pole. Apparently there wasn't a voltage leak. I used a crowbar to open the lid of the box, and shut the breaker off before disconnecting power. We hadn't hooked up to water or sewer.
Scott, I agree, a couple of tenters would have been nice. Also would have been nice if somebody would have told us.
Thanks for pointing that out, BK. Sure was nice of them. I know what you mean. I guess we will see what happens next, huh?
The last pic was taken from the road. We were parked next to the road, this side of the yellow building.