Here are a few photos I just took downtown Kingston Springs, TN when I went to check on the office (and move all the development boxes off the floor.) This is the highest I’ve ever seen the Harpeth River get. A little water had already made it into the front of the office from the cars driving on the flooded streets. It seems we got hit much lighter than Bellevue, Antioch and much of Nashville. I’m thankful that we still have power, water, etc.
This is the railroad bridge across from Burns Park in Kingston Springs. Word is that by now (2 hours after taking this photo) the water is nearly over this bridge.
This is one side of Burns Park in Kingston Springs, TN. The dog park and skate park are both completely submerged… you can barely see the old jungle-gym and swingset on the right.
The bridge leading out of downtown Kingston Springs, going toward White Bluff is totally flooded. When the news says not to try to cross standing water, this is the shit they are talking about. Looks crossable, but beyond the bridge is much deeper and the water is moving more swiftly than it looks.