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VIDEO/PHOTOS: Rushing waters flood the Soucook River and more in N.H.

  • Tristan Rattee, 11, picks up the sledding dish that his mom, Tina Rattee, asked him to get out of the flooded area between the family's garage and house in Loudon. Tina said that the flooding happens every spring but is worse this year.<br/>"I want to make sure the town of Loudon does not tax me for waterfront property," Tina Ratte said. <br/>A flood warning is in effect until today.

    Tristan Rattee, 11, picks up the sledding dish that his mom, Tina Rattee, asked him to get out of the flooded area between the family's garage and house in Loudon. Tina said that the flooding happens every spring but is worse this year.
    "I want to make sure the town of Loudon does not tax me for waterfront property," Tina Ratte said.
    A flood warning is in effect until today.

  • The Soucook River in Loudon on April 9, 2014. (Geoff Forester / Monitor staff)

    The Soucook River in Loudon on April 9, 2014. (Geoff Forester / Monitor staff)

  • Tristan Rattee, 11, picks up the sledding dish that his mom, Tina Rattee, asked him to get out of the flooded area between the family's garage and house in Loudon. Tina said that the flooding happens every spring but is worse this year.<br/>"I want to make sure the town of Loudon does not tax me for waterfront property," Tina Ratte said. <br/>A flood warning is in effect until today.
  • The Soucook River in Loudon on April 9, 2014. (Geoff Forester / Monitor staff)

Now that it's finally starting to warm up, it's water – not snow – that is the problem.

Good picture, but what was the name of that river again?

Exactly what the caption says it is.

Well, well I am going to do something you guys never do, admit I didn't know something.

Yeah Tillie - what she said. You do know that in addition to the SUNcook river, there's also a SOUcook river in the Concord area. I aughta know _ I fish 'em both!

I guess the stocking trucks won't be rolling as early as the past two years . . .

Stocking trucks? Can one now have hosiery home delivered?

The Monitor hasn't had this level of photojournalism since the paper cost a quarter and Dave Barry was a regular feature! Welcome back, Geoff.

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