In Red River Valley, prospect of back-to-back flood fights overwhelms many homeowners
Linda Briggs will never forget the sound.
She awoke at 2 a.m. that April night to hear water lapping - as if she were in a cabin by a lake.
But Briggs and her husband, Wesley, were in their farm house five miles from the Sheyenne River.
Briggs got up and ran to the windows on all four sides of their house.
"Everywhere I looked, there was water," Briggs said.