I came to Minot, North Dakota today to actually look at some of the damage that's been done from the flooding. But when I got here and actually had a chance to observe the flooding from the helicopter, and looking down at the damage, some homes totally covered. But then i also had the opportunity to speak with a lot of the survivors that were in the various shelters and also survivors that weren't in the shelters. Spent some time with a lot of the volunteers from the faith-based groups, the Red Cross, as well as, from the Salvation Army. In addition to that I spent some time with some of the first responders, the city officials, both the city and state officials. And one thing that really struck me here is the resiliency of the people here in North Dakota. But also how people came out, neighbor helping neighbor. And that was truly, truly a wonderful thing to see, that we had 5,000 structures that were destroyed or under water. 4,000 homes that were now evacuated, nowhere to go And there's only 200 people in the shelters, and that means thousands of people have gone to other people's homes. Another thing that struck me was talking to a lot of the state folks, the city folks and the wonderful work they did that no lives were lost. As terrible as this flood was there were no lives lost, and that's a credit to a lot of work that they had been doing prior to this flood coming in during the flood fight, that they were able to do this and no lives lost. Neighbor helping neighbor. This is a great example of the whole community coming together.