Our keepsake flood book, “A Thousand Year Rain: The Historic Flood of 2013 in Boulder and Larimer Counties,” had a limited print run, and we’re down to the last few cases. If you’ve been waiting to order copies, now is the time to do so at CoFloodBook.com.

You’ll be pleased with your purchase. “A Tho3-11-2014 3-41-18 PMusand Year Rain” is bursting with more than 200 pictures of the devastation inflicted by the massive flooding that swept across our area, as well as the indomitable spirit of our friends and neighbors. The book is an unflinching documentation of a disaster and a stunning memoir of our area’s resilience.

“Over the seven to 14 days of flooding, tens of thousands of people were directly affected, and the number of helicopter rescues was the most since Hurricane Katrina, with more than 1,750 people flown to safety,” reads Camera Publisher Al Manzi’s foreword. “Official estimates put the number of homes damaged or destroyed at 19,000 statewide, while at least 30 road bridges were destroyed and another 20 damaged. In all, property loss from the flooding is estimated at nearly $2 billion.

“This book is an amazing collection – a sampling really – of photos taken by our incredible photo journalists, documenting a disaster that no one saw coming, a historical record of the once in a 1,000-year disaster.”

Visit CoFloodBook.com now to order your copies.