Indiana boy takes advantage of record rain, floats down ‘corn rapids’

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MONTGOMERY, Ind. – It’s been one of the wettest Junes in recent history, but one southern Indiana boy isn’t letting the weather rain on his parade.

Miller Thompson of Montgomery made the best out of a bad situation by turning a flowing creek near his home into “corn rapids.”

The 10-year-old is a 5th grader at Barr-Reeve, according to his mother, Brooke, who posted a video of her son enjoying himself on Facebook.

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