Exclusive Video, Flooding at the Fort, Early Bird 2010

by Mike Kendra on March 13, 2010

On the morning of March 13th, 2010 I filmed these scenes of flooding at Fort Shenandoah, Va.


(Update 4:55pm: Please be patient, Youtube hasn’t finished processing the video…)

(2nd Update 7:53pm: Hooray! The video works now!)

Also, be sure to check out this photo at the N-SSA message board posted by Don of Knap’s Battery:


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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

jfb2md March 15, 2010 at 9:33 am

Thanks for the video.
I left home about a half hour before team mates called to tell me that the Early Bird was cancelled. I was planning to stop several places on the way. I arrived at the fort about 12:30 am. With all of the rain, I had taken my time and planned to arrive in time for the carbine match. When I turned off 522 onto 600, I saw how bad the flooding at the rod and gun club was and knew that Ft Shenandoah was going to be flooded. The water was up to the edge of 600 and I almost turned around but decided to go and see how bad the flooding was. From the parking lot the flooding appeared a little wore than the video shows. I turned around and left. My wife and I had lunch and visited the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.

Mike M. March 15, 2010 at 12:41 pm

I had much the same experience. Got up there at 1100. The water was lapping at the edges of 600, and the range was submerged.

Would have been great if there had been SEALs during the Civil War. :-)

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