On my daily commute I found myself running into numerous flooded underpasses along Boulder Creek. Although west of Foothills sections between underpasses are rideable. Anybody else have their commutes affected?
Washed out railroad bed. The tracks are sagging a bit. Probably no trains for a while.
Creek path underwater
I won't be riding this tunnel anytime soon.
Mud and sand deposits with the water. Can the sand and mud be scraped up where it doesn't belong and used to fill in eroded roads?
For a while at least nature has reclaimed parts of the path and it feels like riding on a trail.
these folks were saving fish.
Then I came across this truck blocking the road. The trailer was on a median and a cop was interviewing the driver.
Goose creek path is an example of Boulder's recent work on flood control. Not a lot of water in this creek normally but they obviously prepared for a flood with a wide bed, wetlands, and rocks walls in some places. Bike paths may get underwater but will dry out soon enough.
As a result of all the flood control projects in recent years there are no bridges out in town (at least none that I know of)!
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