I'm a little late with these, but here is another round of flood pictures that I took last Thursday, the 6th, right as the river neared 47.70 feet, down just a tiny amount from its crest of about 47.85 feet. I don't know what the official crest level was, but, no matter what, the flood of 1996 will have the 6th highest crest in Grand Forks' history. I don't believe any homes in the Grand Forks or East Grand Forks areas were lost, which shows just how good of a job the floodwalls and levees built after 1997 did in protecting the two cities. I actually have even more flood photos to post after these, since I took a trip north of Grand Forks and south of Grand Forks - to Fargo/Moorhead - this weekend and checked out the flooding in both those locales. Look for these other photos to be posted sometime either today or tomorrow. Once again, also look for captions to be added to some of these photos when I have the time to do so.