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Saga Of The South Platte River (Denver Flood Of '65) - MP3. Butch La Rita - Saga Of The South Platte River (Denver Flood Of '65) (2:21). In June 1965, several days of extraordinarily heavy rains in the Denver area resulted in massive flooding along the South Platte River. Hundreds of homes and businesses were completely destroyed as were most of Denver's bridges over the river. Casualty counts vary, depending. 5. Classic - Rah Digga Rah Digga released her first album in 2000 and her second in 2010, her two lone album are still more lyrically dense than most MC’s 15+ releases.
The Platte River /plæt/ is a major river in the state of Nebraska and is about 310 mi (500 km) long. Measured to its farthest source via its tributary the North Platte River, it flows for over 1,050 miles (1,690 km). The Platte River is a tributary of the Missouri River, which itself is a tributary of the Mississippi River which flows to the Gulf of Mexico. The Platte over most of its length is a muddy, broad, shallow, meandering stream with a swampy bottom and many islands-a braided stream.
The South Platte River is one of the two principal tributaries of the Platte River. Flowing through the . states of Colorado and Nebraska, it is itself a major river of the American Midwest and the American Southwest/Mountain West. Its drainage basin includes much of the eastern flank of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado; much of the populated region known as the Colorado Front Range and Eastern Plains; and a portion of southeastern Wyoming in the vicinity of the city of Cheyenne.
The portions of the South Platte River trail that Ive been on ran from downtown Denver around Confluence Park to its new extended ending in the town of Henderson around highway 85. This mostly paved trail is smooth and wide and follows the river most of the way. There are a few points along the way where the trail is either broken, damaged, or detoured onto a dirt and gravel makeshift path but the dirt sections are thankfully short. I just looked at Google Maps, and right around 78th Ave it turns solely into "Colorado Front Range Trail" headed north. They seem to be 2 trails right around Confluence Park near Elitch Gardens, and then headed south from there, there are 2 trails on either side of the river - and both of them are considered South Platte River Trail. That's moderately interesting that 2 trails on either side of a river are named the same thing.