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Aug 23rd, 2011 - Brad Schaefermeyer Alan Robl

Due to a bridge replacement, I needed to install a temporary gage at Lamoine River near Colmar, Illinois. I could not find a suitable site with enough elevation to keep the gage above high water in case of a flood.  The only option open to me was to dig a trench about 300 feet to a location above the high water mark.

Alan Robl

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