These blog posts by "Roger I." were written in September and October 2013, but I just now discovered them. They describe his and his wife's life in the first month after their mountain community, Jamestown, west of Boulder, was clobbered in last September's northern-Colorado flooding.
There is good stuff here on the psychology of disasters and on who makes it and who does not do so well. And humor: "Using software engineers as pack animals is always an iffy proposition, but after some training, Nate did great."
He has kinder things to say about FEMA than did many Hurricanes Katrina and Rita survivors — whether due to the agency learning some lessons or to the smaller scale of the disaster plus a different local culture, you can decide.
(Via Peter Grant.)