Water Road: Le Passage de Gois

Le Passage de Gois is a roadway that connects the Gulf of Burnёf with the island of Noirmoutier in France, a country that is obviously too poor to build a bridge. Due to the tides, the road is only available for a few hours a day before it is flooded… not that a little thing like the ocean can stop some people or anything.


Homemade Levees

As rising water from the Mississippi River threatened thousands of homes, many hoped and prayed that public levees would keep the river at bay, but some hard-working and very resourceful people weren’t content with just hoping and praying and took extraordinary steps to protect their homes and property from nature’s very wet wrath.