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mvemjsunp --- 134 days ago -

Does anyone know anything about the Oak Manor and Dunham Place subdivisions? Seems like you could get a nice big lot to build on for dirt cheap compared to the rest of Kingwood. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 134 days ago -

Mmmm...bad juju- 

Judas --- 134 days ago -

Dirt cheap on Dunham. Are those former homeowners still living in tents? I feel for them.

In other words: It floods bad down there. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 134 days ago -

I didn't know it flooded before Harvey- 

Judas --- 134 days ago -

Dunham? Always floods just like Forest Cove south of Hamblen. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 134 days ago -

I had no idea- are the residents still living there? 

Prolix Raconteur --- 134 days ago -

I had to put my meth house on stilts when I was cooking down there. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 134 days ago -

I put pontoons on my Cook-a-Bago. Floated the whole operation for a week. 

Judas --- 134 days ago -

I had no idea- are the residents still living there??


Refer back to my first post on this thread. Tents, babyface. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 134 days ago -

I did read that, but I wasn't sure if that was still happening, sweet cheeks- 

whatchamacallit --- 134 days ago -

Many homes south of Hamblen, in Forest Cove did not flood, ever. I did not know that Dunham flooded. Can't see how anyone could live like that. It's all in the elevation. 

DVaz --- 134 days ago -

Many homes south of Hamblen, in Forest Cove did not flood,

What? Only a few on enormous stilts didn't flood. South of Hamblen = closer to the San Jacinto River... 

whatchamacallit --- 134 days ago -

Yes, lots of houses south of and on Hamblen (that are not on stilts) did not flood. There are several streets that are higher elevations, over by the school/church that didn't flood. I have friends that live there, so I know. Also, a few in Northshore. 

Butterbean --- 134 days ago -

Only a few on enormous stilts didn't flood.

No. Houses bordering Hamblin on the high ground south of Hamblin did not flood. Admittedly, there are only a few, compared to the many. 

Amanita Muscaria --- 132 days ago -

Very few didn't flood. Some flooded north of Hamblen. I also know of one on 14 foot stilts that flooded. 

DVaz --- 132 days ago -

Yes, lots of houses south of and on Hamblen (that are not on stilts) did not flood. There are several streets that are higher elevations, over by the school/church that didn't flood.

That's the key, Bonnie Glen & Lisa Ln are higher up the hill and the river curves south (farther from Hamblen) right around there. It may have changed course again after this flood. I know it did in 1994. 

TinktheSprite --- 132 days ago -

Some homes in Dogwood Acres flooded to the roof.. There are a few brick homes that were rebuilt there but the wood structures were demolished I believe. Journey Church were helping residents in that area where families who have lived there for decades attend KW schools. 

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