I moved last fall to a farm... massive change for a city slicker. Although most of it leased out to actual farmers. There are acres of woods. Anyway, there's a spring in the woods, and most of the time it just sits there, looking murky and forgotten. So it rains and rains and rains, so I check out the spring, ya, it's pretty cool. The spring itself looks really placid and full to the top, but once the water spills out, it goes straight to deep and dangerous looking. the stream is about 3 feet wide and probably couple feet deep. I was informed that it's already flooded several farms down the way. Crazy how much water can peculate out of a spring that's all of 10 feet wide. I drove past the farms, and dang the fields are really really flooded. Being winter, it doesn't really matter, but the farmer neighbor assured me that once it stops raining, the flooding drains pretty quick. Normally the spring is lower than the spill-over area and the dry stream is chocked with vegetation, so it doesn't even look like a spillway for the spring. I know it's not marijuana related, but pretty cool, so I thought I'd share it with ya 'all.