Water, water everywhere, but not a dam to control its' natural savage nature.
The idea of a dam started off in its infancy stages amongst several conservation commissions.
Year after year and several times within that year, floods were causing
massive destruction along shorelines, upon farming land and within the confines of downtown cities.
Below the town of Drayton, Hollen was experiencing flooding so much that a loss of a bridge
was left in its battered state and could not be replaced because it was too costly to do so.
Residents now had to take a scenic route to get over to and from Hollen.
Farming and family is what Hollen residents daily routine centred around.
Little did they realize their life was heading towards a transitional upheaval.
Everyone was being affected by the upheaval.
Everywhere they looked would never be the same.
It was fast approaching and there was no stopping it.
Nobody was right.
Yet nobody was wrong.
This issue did not have two sides.
It only had one outcome.