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    Time spent moving prized possessions and money spent on extra flood insurance might end up being for naught, but Tim Woodward isn’t taking any chances with the river rising every week.

Time spent moving prized possessions and money spent on extra flood insurance might end up being for naught, but Tim Woodward isn’t taking any chances with the river rising every week. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Time spent moving prized possessions and money spent on extra flood insurance might end up being for naught, but Tim Woodward isn’t taking any chances with the river rising every week. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Our disaster-prone columnist lives near the raging Boise River. This might not end well.

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