Friday, March 25, 2011

Elk River Flooding and Occasion Lake

The Elk River just south of Eureka is wandering all over the valley tonight as is the Little River near Moonstone.  I couldn't get a picture of Little River but you can see the Elk River encroaching on a barn and some other out buildings.
This is what I like to call Occasion Lake.  It is at north intersection of US 101 and Bayside Cutoff.  I call it that because it's only there on occasion.  When it is't pretending to be a lake, it is a cow pasture.
Photo taken at 50 miles per hour on US 101 looking north east toward Bayside and Jacoby Creek.

2 comments:

  1. The North Coast Journal has some good pictures from Arcata after a down pour I drove through late this morning.
    http://www.northcoastjournal.com/blogthing/2011/03/25/it-rained/

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  2. I should point out that in the first picture the straight channel in the middle lower part of the that goes up to a levy is not the river. The river flows to the right of the picture under US 101 for a few dozen yards into Humboldt Bay.

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