As a result of many inches of snow, and rain for what certainly seems like 40 days and 40 nights, the Ohio decided to go exploring beyond its normal boundaries.
Hmmm... I'm glad we didn't try to park in the lower level of this parking garage.
We hope the service animal helping any visually handicapped pedestrians isn't a labrador retriever.
Nice of the state to provide this historical marker for any passing boaters.
In case anyone wanted to actually read the sign...
I don't think a River Birch normally likes to be quite this close to the River!
Jeane is trying to decide if it's too chilly for night water-skiing, since the city has provided these nice streetlights.
OK, I'll just canoe over to 3rd Street and River Road...
Speaks for itself...
A nice piece of driftwood the river has deposited
Can this be Nanook of the Ohio Valley?
There is a dam under this bridge, and normally the water level below the dam is much lower, with the famous Falls of the Ohio fossil beds exposed. Probably not a good day for fossil bed exploring...
The small orange thing toward the lower left-hand corner of the photo is the tip of a fire-hydrant, which is a good indicator of the water level over the road level.
They're beginning to load animals 2 by 2 onto the Belle of Louisville.
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