Devastating Tornado Hits Home! Rush To Keep Our Bison In!

Cross Timbers Bison
3 May 202436:49

Summary

TLDRIn the aftermath of a devastating tornado that struck Sulfur, Oklahoma on April 27th, the video script details the efforts of a community coming together to rebuild and support each other. The narrator, Dy Baker, recounts the impact on his hometown, including the destruction of his mother's store, Buffalo Hippie. Amidst the wreckage, the community's resilience shines through as locals and out-of-towners alike contribute to the cleanup and recovery efforts. Dy and his team are seen checking on their bison herd, repairing fences, and delivering meals to those affected by the disaster. The narrative highlights the 'Oklahoma standard' of helping others and being good neighbors, a spirit exemplified by the collective response to the tornado. The summary captures the essence of the video script, showcasing the community's unity and determination in the face of adversity.

Takeaways

  • 🌪️ A tornado hit the small town of Sulfur, Oklahoma, on April 27th, causing significant damage to the downtown area.
  • 🏠 The narrator's mother's store, Buffalo Hippie, was destroyed in the tornado, which also impacted the local community and infrastructure.
  • 🐃 Concerns about the safety of their bison herd due to potential damage to the creek fence crossings from flooding.
  • 🚜 The narrator and his team used an ATV and other equipment to assess and repair the damaged fences to prevent the bison from escaping.
  • 👷‍♂️ There was a significant community effort to clean up and recover from the tornado, with both locals and out-of-towners volunteering to help.
  • 🏗️ Major structures like the post office, telephone company, and an apartment complex were severely affected, requiring extensive cleanup and rebuilding.
  • 🍽️ The narrator and others have been delivering meals to storm victims who have lost power or their homes.
  • 🚒 The cleanup process involved moving debris, including trees and brush, to the streets for removal by dumpsters and dump trucks.
  • 🌳 There were challenges due to additional rain and storms that hit the area, making the cleanup process more difficult.
  • 📦 Looters took advantage of the situation, prompting the need to secure and clear out damaged businesses quickly.
  • 🏡 Personal stories of loss and memory emerged, such as a woman wanting to take a rock from her parents' destroyed home as a keepsake.
  • 🙏 The community expressed gratitude for the support and help they received, referring to the 'Oklahoma standard' of helping others in times of crisis.

Q & A

  • What happened in the small town of Sulfur, Oklahoma?

    -A tornado hit the town of Sulfur, Oklahoma, causing significant damage to the downtown area, including the destruction of the speaker's mom's store, Buffalo Hippie.

  • What was the speaker's concern regarding the bison after the tornado?

    -The speaker was concerned that the bison might escape due to the damage caused to the Creek fence Crossings by the flood and the tornado.

  • How did the speaker and his team attempt to secure the bison area after the tornado?

    -They patched up the creek crossing with panels they found and used lightweight gates to temporarily secure the area, ensuring the bison wouldn't escape.

  • What was the impact of the tornado on the local community?

    -The tornado caused widespread devastation, destroying homes, businesses, and infrastructure. However, the community came together with many people, including out-of-towners, offering help and support.

  • What is the 'Oklahoma standard' mentioned by the speaker?

    -The 'Oklahoma standard' refers to the reputation of Oklahomans for helping others and being good neighbors, a spirit of community support that was particularly evident in the aftermath of the tornado.

  • What kind of assistance was provided to the storm victims?

    -The speaker, along with Marissa and Brooks, and other community members, were delivering meals to storm victims who were without power and, in some cases, without homes.

  • What challenges did the cleanup efforts face?

    -The cleanup efforts faced challenges such as heavy rainfall making the ground soggy, difficulty in moving massive trees, and the complexity of separating different types of debris.

  • What was the speaker's emotional response to the tornado's impact on their hometown?

    -The speaker expressed a sense of disbelief and sadness, stating that the experience was 'weird' and that videos and pictures do not do justice to the extent of the destruction.

  • How did the tornado affect the speaker's family business?

    -The tornado caused the destruction of the family's store, Buffalo Hippie, which was located in the downtown area of Sulfur that was directly hit by the tornado.

  • What safety measures were taken to prevent the bison from escaping after the tornado?

    -The speaker and his team checked the fence lines for damage and patched up the creek crossing with panels and barb wire to prevent the bison from escaping.

  • What was the speaker's role in the recovery efforts after the tornado?

    -The speaker was actively involved in the recovery efforts, which included checking on the bison, repairing fences, delivering meals to storm victims, and assisting in the cleanup of debris.

Outlines

00:00

🌪️ Tornado Devastation in Sulfur, Oklahoma

The video script begins with a dramatic account of the aftermath of a tornado that hit the small town of Sulfur, Oklahoma. The narrator, Dy Baker, expresses shock at the extent of the damage, particularly to his mother's store, Buffalo Hippie, which was destroyed. He and his friends Mark, Neil, and Marissa venture downtown in the rain to assess the situation and offer help, discovering the extent of the destruction and the urgent need to check on their bison herd due to damaged fence crossings.

05:05

🐃 Checking on Bison and Farm Aftermath

The second paragraph details the efforts of Dy Baker and Marissa to check on their cattle and the condition of their farm after the tornado. They discuss the challenges of accessing the farm due to the flooding and the potential for the bison to escape through damaged fences. The paragraph also includes an inventory of their red dogs (likely a term for a type of cattle or livestock) and the discovery of a new calf, highlighting the importance of animal welfare amidst the chaos.

10:06

🏡 Repairing Damaged Fences and Property

This section of the script focuses on the urgent repairs needed to the property's fences, which were severely damaged by the tornado-induced flooding. The narrator and his team find and use panels from old gates to patch up the creek crossings, ensuring that the bison cannot escape. They also discuss the challenges of keeping the bison contained while allowing them access to water and the need to constantly monitor the situation.

15:08

🛠️ Post-Tornado Cleanup and Community Efforts

The fourth paragraph describes the extensive cleanup efforts following the tornado. The narrator and his friends, including Sam, Joel, and others, work on repairing a major creek crossing and discuss the logistics of using barbwire and panels to reinforce the fence line. The paragraph also reflects on the resilience and determination shown by the community in the face of such a disaster.

20:09

🏠 Downtown Sulfur's Recovery and Loss

The narrator provides a somber update on the state of downtown Sulfur, highlighting the destruction of key buildings such as the post office, telephone company, and an apartment complex. He talks about the community's response, including the delivery of meals to those affected by the storm and the cleanup efforts. The paragraph also touches on the emotional impact of the disaster on the residents.

25:10

🤝 The Oklahoma Standard: Community and Support

In this paragraph, the narrator discusses the 'Oklahoma standard,' a term that encapsulates the state's reputation for helping others and being good neighbors, a trait he believes was exemplified by the response to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. He shares his amazement at the number of people, both local and from out of town, who have come to help with the cleanup and recovery efforts. The paragraph also mentions the ongoing challenges, including further rain and the need to continue supporting the community.

30:11

🚜 Debris Management and Volunteer Work

The final paragraph details the ongoing work to clear debris from the streets and properties. The narrator, along with Daniel and Dutch, are involved in moving brush and debris to facilitate the work of heavy machinery. The paragraph also addresses the issue of looting in the aftermath of the disaster and the personal stories of loss and resilience, such as a woman taking a rock from the ruins of her parents' old home as a memento. The narrator expresses gratitude for the support and efforts of volunteers and the community spirit that has emerged in response to the tornado.

35:12

👶 Bison Herd Update and Ongoing Recovery

The script concludes with an update on the bison herd, mentioning the well-being of the bison calves and the challenges of managing the herd in the current conditions. The narrator reflects on the surreal and disorienting experience of the disaster and the ongoing recovery process. He acknowledges the support and outreach from the community and expresses appreciation for the help received, while also noting the ongoing bad weather affecting Oklahoma.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Tornado

A tornado is a rapidly rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the Earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. In the video, a tornado caused significant damage to the small town of Sulfur, Oklahoma, including the destruction of the narrator's mom's store.

💡Flood

Flooding occurs when an area of land becomes inundated with water due to overflow from a body of water, such as a river or lake, or from heavy rainfall. In the context of the video, the narrator mentions the fear of flooding and the potential for bison to escape due to damaged fence crossings caused by the floodwaters.

💡Bison

Bison are large, even-toed ungulates in the genus Bison. They are native to North America and Europe. In the video, the narrator is concerned about the bison getting out due to the flood and damaged fences, highlighting the challenges faced by those managing livestock in the aftermath of a natural disaster.

💡Fence Crossings

Fence crossings refer to the areas where a fence allows passage over a barrier, such as a creek or a road. In the video, the narrator discusses the damage to these crossings caused by the flood, which poses a risk to the containment of the bison.

💡Community Response

Community response refers to the collective actions taken by the members of a community in reaction to a situation or event. In the video, the narrator describes the outpouring of support and help from both locals and out-of-towners, embodying the 'Oklahoma standard' of helping others in times of crisis.

💡Debris

Debris refers to scattered remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up. In the video, the narrator talks about the process of clearing debris from the aftermath of the tornado, which includes damaged buildings and trees.

💡Looters

Looters are individuals who take advantage of a disaster or crisis to steal property. In the video, the narrator mentions the presence of looters in the town following the tornado, which is an unfortunate side effect of such natural disasters.

💡Red Dogs

In the context of the video, 'red dogs' likely refers to a specific type or group of animals, possibly cattle, that the narrator is responsible for. The term is used when the narrator is counting and checking on the animals, indicating a concern for their well-being post-disaster.

💡Creek Fence

A creek fence is a barrier that runs alongside a creek to prevent animals from crossing or to mark a property boundary. The video describes efforts to repair a creek fence that was damaged by the floodwaters, which is crucial for maintaining the security of the bison enclosure.

💡Oklahoma Standard

The 'Oklahoma Standard' is a term used to describe the ethos of helping others and good neighborliness that is characteristic of the people of Oklahoma. The narrator of the video refers to this standard when discussing the community's response to the tornado and how it has brought people together to assist in the recovery efforts.

💡Grapple

A grapple is a piece of heavy equipment used for clearing or gathering materials, often attached to a skid steer, excavator, or similar machine. In the video, the narrator mentions using a grapple for cleanup efforts, highlighting the type of machinery involved in the recovery process after the tornado.

Highlights

A tornado hit the small town of Sulfur, Oklahoma, causing significant damage to the community.

The narrator's mother's store, Buffalo Hippie, was destroyed in the tornado.

The community is concerned about the safety of bison due to potential damage to fences and crossings from flooding.

The narrator and his team were out in the storm at 2 a.m., checking on the town and offering help where possible.

The narrator found a bison snack stick in the wreckage, indicating the extent of the damage to the store.

The team discovered that the floodwaters had washed out creek fence crossings.

The narrator and Marissa worked on repairing a creek fence crossing to prevent bison from escaping.

There was significant flooding, with water levels higher than ever seen before.

The team found a calf that was previously unaccounted for during a late-night herd check.

The narrator and his team are using ATVs and other machinery to assist in cleanup efforts.

A panel from a destroyed fence was found 100 yards away, indicating the force of the tornado.

The narrator found his first shed, a significant moment for him.

The cleanup is a day-to-day process, with more bad weather expected.

The community has come together under the 'Oklahoma Standard' to help each other in the aftermath of the tornado.

The narrator and his family are delivering meals to storm victims who have lost power or homes.

The narrator discusses the presence of looters taking advantage of the disaster.

The narrator and his team are helping to clear brush and debris to facilitate further cleanup and recovery efforts.

The narrator expresses gratitude for the out-of-towners who have come to help the community of Sulfur.

Transcripts

00:00

hey we need to pay attention to this

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roof oh my mark everything that you

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imagine a tornado can do happened here

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in our little small town of sulfur go

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check the Bison because we were afraid

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they're going to get out all the flood

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and all the water we knew that our Creek

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fence Crossings were going to be damaged

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it's been a wild 3 days and uh it's hard

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to swallow it's hard to take in a mom's

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store was uh right down in there Buffalo

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hippie and it uh got

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[Music]

00:41

destroyed hey guys Dy Baker with cross

00:44

timers bison welcome back to our Channel

00:46

if you guys aren't aware couple days ago

00:48

it Saturday April 27th my hometown of

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Sulfur Oklahoma got hit with a tornado

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in the downtown portion of sulfur in

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that area that was hit by the tornado

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was my mom's shop she'd been running

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this store for several years and was a

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boutique we sold our some of our meat

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bison meat and merching there I'll tell

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you guys about everything right here on

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this video just give you a recap but um

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it's been a while 3 days 4 days just to

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uh just to say the least we are actually

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able to go downtown We snuck through

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about 2 a.m. me my buddy Mark Neil and

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Marissa and uh we wanted to see if we

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could help any way rescue people or help

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do anything possibly we could do it was

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pouring rain and everything but we were

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able to make it to my mom's store

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Buffalo hippie and we uh went ahead and

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take a look

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inside there C you

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know hey we need to pay attention to

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this roof

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son of a gun

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dude well there's some boson snack

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sticks good

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[Music]

02:17

what

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oh oh my gosh

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oh my

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mark holy crap hey hey hey hey we better

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back out we better back out we better

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back out back

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out back

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[Music]

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out jeez

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brother Mark be careful

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unbelievable guys unbelievable Big Joe

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there's Big Joe hey um does she have a

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cash register

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here I don't know I'm just

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asking okay

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well we finally were able to get home

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got a couple hours of rest but Marissa

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and I had to turn around and basically

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go check the Bison because we were

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afraid they're going to get out because

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all the flood and all the water we knew

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that our Creek fence Crossings were

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going to be

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damaged never seen it that high

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before

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Cutters all

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washed

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out

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[Music]

04:10

yeah washed out there didn't it yeah

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[Music]

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[Applause]

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[Applause]

04:51

where

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got wrapped around the tree folded it in

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half and wrapped it around the

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tree you think we can flatten that out

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yeah you're optimistic this morning

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dusty

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not enough weight

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oh

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good hold

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on no it's in

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there hey buddy

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we're kind of doing a early morning her

06:45

check just a late now I guess we have a

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lot to talk about but um mer and I came

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in do a her check we got all the cows uh

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we haven't drove through them to wake

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them up and see all the Red Dogs we have

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but we should have a total of five red

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dogs right now but Marissa and I have

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been working on the uh Creek fence

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Crossing and uh for the past hour or so

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um on that

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but we were up late last night at uh in

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downtown sulfur where the tornado hit

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and um we're taking care of the animals

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first and uh making sure everything's

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okay there's two Crossings on the

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property where the fences go over a

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creek and so we're going to go check the

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other one so far we just need one more

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panel for one we just took care of the

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big one that we've been working on and

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uh going to go check this other one and

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then uh make sure we have all our red

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dogs and everything's okay here but

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definitely a lot of rain major flooding

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uh some crazy stuff has happened here in

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the past um less than 24

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hours okay I'm going go check and make

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sure you guys are over here playing

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[Music]

08:16

got two red

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dogs how many should we have four five

08:23

five I think that's right five who else

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had a calf I thought last time we were

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out here it was only door had a calf oh

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54 there's

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she where's her

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calf oh

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[Music]

08:53

no

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oh you can't see him at all sneaky

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little booger

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oh there that should be

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134 wait that's 134

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then that's a new

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one

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[Music]

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yeah okay I'll back

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up so exited got all of them who's that

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laying over there Dusty

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you see

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her 137 134

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54 little quaw and Bell

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star one two three four

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five I think we need to drive over and

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check on that Mama though she's over the

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car

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herself seems

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suspicious Jack

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one one of them uh green tags is getting

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close to I think it's her over here

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Dusty I think that's a green

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tag what are you doing

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[Music]

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kid 11's close there's Grand

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Champion she's

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not down

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I guess y pulls out in the

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hospital

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well all that's completely

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gone great

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there's the

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panel there's

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no

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no was a panel right here across this I

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had a feeling it'd be down there's the

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panel right

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there well so far this fence is together

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but the water got so absolutely

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High it got into that debris all within

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that fence

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wow all right so we just checked the

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other spot and

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it's completely gone it's wrapped around

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a tree so we're kind of in a hurry now

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because they're in the they're in this

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Burn Unit here and

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uh it's a wide open Gap right now if

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they wanted to come down here and uh go

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through it they could easily go up and

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travel they

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could travel the creek basically so we

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know where

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some cruddy gates are that are

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lightweight uh we're going to go get

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them real quick and then bring them back

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over here before the BS can get up and

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and move hopefully they don't but uh

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they they will come in the woods here

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and uh and hang out sometimes so we

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better kind of move

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[Music]

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quick who oh this is the first shed I've

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ever found really I've never found a

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shed that's awesome that was uh

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didn't we see that buck that's a nice

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buck all I don't know it's fine babe hey

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yeah look how tall that sucker is I

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haven't found an Arro head yet but I

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found my first

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shed nice Shob that's a really good

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first shed to find hey this is what it

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look

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like it's pretty cool that's a nice shed

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it is good catch yeah good deal yeah you

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don't want to drive over there no

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wouldn't do good things for your t

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for

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sure not sure where that came

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from complely even try to it

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yeah the one that we mess with like a

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longe our living room was flooded

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[Music]

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door open

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like

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[Music]

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[Applause]

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[Music]

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go get to make it

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yeah

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hilarious it's crazy the water got up

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that high there's your

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panel holy smokes it went all the way

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from

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jeez this was all underwater too

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Dusty holy buckets

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that's that's probably 100 yards at

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least Ian

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that's I don't know that's 4T in height

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maybe

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more a lot more than that I guess five

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or 6 feet high

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yeah it's built up that much

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52

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512

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jeez

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yeah it's a lot of water I mean it's

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still flowing right now but oh my

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favorite sock you found it oh and roly

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py Brooks would be

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thrilled this one is still good shap

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yeah I'm I'm actually shocked I thought

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it was I figured total loss at this

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point you're doing good

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babe that won't help this situation I

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was well we just finished patching up

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that creek crossing the big one that

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we've been working on recently that we

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did with uh some of our friends help us

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put together um Sam and Joel kind of

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built the foundation we just patched it

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up luckily we found another panel about

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100 yards from that creek crossing right

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here fence Crossing we found it but M

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and I got three panels and we needed one

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more to patch it up but we've got it

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hung up and good for now it's basically

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back in the same shape it was in much

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better than it was um just being wide

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open so we've got two panels left we're

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going back over to our uh

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northwest corner and uh this is going to

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be a bit challenging we've got to run a

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barb wire across there and then uh we're

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going to hang these panels off the bar

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bar but we got to stretch it first and

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we're going to hang these two off of it

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and still let it Sway and uh got do our

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best to keep the Bison

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in some

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how are we going to do this time

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all right so mariss and I got it we

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stretched one strand of Barb Wire we

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used a uh tree the biggest thickest tree

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it kind of was slightly perfect for us

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right here you can see the old H brace

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it's been there since we got this

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property and then we took these two

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panels that we picked up these are

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actually old Gates that we took off um

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some of our gates and replace them with

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heavy duty for our bison we've been

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using those randomly around the

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Ponderosa but we got those put those on

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here so we just tied them the main one

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right here on top of the barb wire and

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we stretched it to this H brace which is

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actually still in really good shape and

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that sucker is straight and it must be

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pretty deep in the ground so luckily

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still had something to tie our barb wire

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to and tie the panels to so thankful for

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some trees and good areas but we left

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plenty of room underneath there a calf

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could a calf could get under there for

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sure but if the bison are coming down

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here and just drinking that's okay if

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they're trying to get out we have

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problems but but they've got plenty of

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grass and stuff they should be happy but

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they will come down here and drink some

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of this water but um we just have to

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come back and keep an eye on this and we

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knew from a flood we'd for sure have

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issues so all right we've got everything

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done we're going to go check fence lines

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now because we've already seen some

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trees that have fallen over on the fence

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and so that's an easy exit for bison or

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any animal so we're going to do that

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next Dy what kind of animal was

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this it's A sagittal

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crust what well this is called the

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sagittal crust

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dogs have sagittal crust KY do

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not it's that thin bone on top of the

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skull top of the head okay coyes don't

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have a sagittal crust so it's not as

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coyote it's a dog oh that's sad

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Kanan mhm Google

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it Google it yeah okay there you Gog

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yeah if you fill the top of your dog's

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head you can feel that

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bone the cops don't have it I would have

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thought it was a raccoon that's a huge

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raccoon I don't

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know they're fluffy could

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be I don't

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know you know that's why I said let's

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ask the animal

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guy what you got there you found your

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sock earlier now we found your large

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bazzle flipflops on it already curved

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ready for your foot oh hey what a deal I

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tell you what a

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skull all kinds of stuff antler

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sock parts of the fence yeah that is no

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joke I mean it's crazy the water got up

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that high and all that's caught in the

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in there and the water is like way down

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the hill

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there and it's still running we're

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supposed to get more rain today too

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really yeah that's what Donna said

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so happy for rain we'll not complain

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about rain no except for all the homes

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that are destroyed and now they're going

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to stuff's going to get even more soaked

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than what it already did that's the bad

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part we just got back up to the

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barn now I got to go get our daughter

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she's been at the arms family and uh see

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if we can even get in

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town got Town closed off they're still

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looking for people

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jeez

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yeah huh

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a lot of stuff

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hi guys uh here we are Marissa and I

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just want to give you an update on kind

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of what's been happening but as you can

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see here um we are uh this is downtown

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sulfur uh there was a two or three story

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apartment complex right here uh this is

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Chick usas Telephone Company it's our

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Wi-Fi and our phones is right here uh

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this is our USPS our post office this is

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where if you've got merch from us um

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this is where it's came out of also uh

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so

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right over here is an old lumber yard um

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I mean this is just there's lots of

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stuff I can sit here and tell you about

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but guys this is where hardcore portion

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of this tornado that came through last

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Saturday um April 27th came through at

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and it uh it just this place looks

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completely completely different and uh

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growing up in Oklahoma we're used to

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tornadoes we're used to this type of

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Destruction um we've had some very very

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severe tornadoes uh since just my days

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of growing up in Oklahoma um and we've

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seen that but when it's in your hometown

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and now you're seeing it every day and

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you're kind of you're in it trying to

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help the

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community it's a way different look on

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things um because you know this is our

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community this is my hometown SAR I grew

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up and uh you know you just don't ever

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think that but your Town's going to get

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hit it's always the other towns that you

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see on TV uh that get hit but uh

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everything that you imagine a tornado

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can do happened here in our little small

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town of sulfur and uh what's amazing

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right now just to give you a quick

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update oh there's two scissor Tails

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flying around um state bird I think I oh

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yeah we're up in my Oklahoma shirt today

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but um what's amazing

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uh to

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me is yes there's a lot of Devastation

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here but what is amazing to me the most

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is the amount of people that have been

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here from even out of town in town the