Sadly enough, I live on high ground compared to most around me. This is one of the pastures, there is standing water like this in 4 of them and my freshly tilled garden is a victim as well. I'm glad that I didn't have it planted early like many have (we always get a late freeze so I hold off until 1st week in May usually) or it would have been washed away. All said I probably have 10 acres under water. I'll admit to being disappointed that my only close neighbor (the little house in pic) who is a total psycho didn't get flooded out. I've been waiting and hoping for years that he'd not pay his taxes and I could increase my pasture size or have a live in farm hand house. So stupid that there is a tiny house in one corner of my pasture and adjacent hay field. They are evacuating people that live on the rivers near me. This happened a few years ago (but in January - it was horrendous) and that time around some of the waterfront homes ended up with 12' of water inside them. There are so many roads flooded to the point of being impassable that they called a 2 hour delay for school, it has stopped raining so we will see if it recedes enough that they even go at all.