Homeowner Carolyn Meyer loses house to massive floods in Boulder, Co but rescues her 1933 Mason & Hamlin grand piano that survived the flood. : News Photo

Homeowner Carolyn Meyer loses house to massive floods in Boulder, Co but rescues her 1933 Mason & Hamlin grand piano that survived the flood.

BOULDER, CO - SEPTEMBER 29: Don Gulbrandson, second from right, owner of Bob's Piano Sales and Service, helps his crew to watch for high voltage power lines above as they secure a 1933 Mason & Hamlin grand piano to chains from a crane parked below on Canyon Blvd in Boulder, Co on September 29, 2013. Piano teacher Carolyn Meyer, not shown, lost her house to the recent floods that ravaged Boulder county and 13 other counties in Colorado. The piano miraculously survived the flooding and mudslides that overtook the house. The piano weighs about 1,000 lbs and will be kept in storage until Carolyn finds a new place to live. The other workers are from left to right: Greg Newham, in blue, Gavin Geis, and Fallon Wacasey, right. (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/ The Denver Post)
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BOULDER, CO - SEPTEMBER 29: Don Gulbrandson, second from right, owner of Bob's Piano Sales and Service, helps his crew to watch for high voltage power lines above as they secure a 1933 Mason & Hamlin grand piano to chains from a crane parked below on Canyon Blvd in Boulder, Co on September 29, 2013. Piano teacher Carolyn Meyer, not shown, lost her house to the recent floods that ravaged Boulder county and 13 other counties in Colorado. The piano miraculously survived the flooding and mudslides that overtook the house. The piano weighs about 1,000 lbs and will be kept in storage until Carolyn finds a new place to live. The other workers are from left to right: Greg Newham, in blue, Gavin Geis, and Fallon Wacasey, right. (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/ The Denver Post)
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