This morning, NCPR kicks off a week-long look back at the defining element of the last twelve months: water.
Devastating spring rains last April carried us into what would turn out to be a series of interlocking disasters, from the massive landslide on Little Porter Mountain in Keene to the soaking of the Lake Champlain Coast to the flash-flood violence of Irene.
As we revisit some of the voices and some of the stories we aired over the last year, I’m curious to hear your first-person account.
What was your experience of the Year of the Flood? Did it affect you personally? Did it change your community, or your sense of your community?
How well did your local government do, helping you weather storm? And how well have you recovered?
Chime in below and tune in all during the week. As I listened back to all the first-person accounts, it sparked a lot of memories, some painful, others dramatic and full of courage.