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A Thousand Year Rain

The Historic Flood of 2013 in Boulder and Larimer Counties

Presented by Prairie Mountain Publishing
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We are proud to present this hardcover pictorial book that captures the devastation of the massive flooding that swept across Boulder and Larimer counties, and the indomitable spirit of our friends and neighbors that live here.

Five percent of all sales will be donated to the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado and the Foothills Flood Relief Fund for Boulder and Broomfield Counties.

Trim Size
11 x 8.5 (in.)

Look Inside Examples only, may not reflect final product

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    Jake Bennett moves a sand bag to help funnel water down 7th Street at University as heavy rains cause severe flooding in Boulder, Sept. 12, 2013.

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    Sean McCroskey pulls his wife Meg's jacket out of the debris in the river on Sept. 19, 2013 in front of their destroyed home on Gold Run Road in Boulder County.

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    Friends and volunteers begin removing mud from Outdoor World. Clean up began almost as soon as rain stopped falling.

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    Staff Sergeant Jose Patoja, with the 2-4 GSAB 4th Infantry Division based in Ft. Carson, looks from the open door of a Blackhawk helicopter for people in need of help near Jamestown, Sept. 17, 2013.

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    Salina resident Meg McCroskey walks across a makeshift bridge, Sept. 19, 2013, on a damaged part of Gold Run Road in Boulder County.

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    Greg Leon looks over an overturned car in Pine Brook Hills, Sept. 13, 2013.