Whitsundale Beck, which runs through Amanda Owen and her husband Clive's sheep farm, Ravenseat, flooded over the weekend due to a combination of high rainfall during Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis and melting snow from the Swaledale hills.
Village buys its own flood defences after being 'sacrificed' to save TadcasterAmanda shared a video of a truck operated by Carlisle-based animal feed company Carrs Billington crossing the swollen river to deliver much-needed supplies to Ravenseat.
When the beck is in flood, the only access to the remote farm is via a centuries-old packhorse bridge, which according to mother-of-nine Amanda has seen 'many storms'.
The Owen family have borne the brunt of the February storms up at Ravenseat.
A sheep trailer was washed downstream during Storm Ciara and was found beached around half a mile away during a flood that Amanda described as 'biblical'.
In between the two named storms last week, heavy snow fell.
Yet there was a more joyful moment when a calf was born during Storm Ciara - and named Ciara after the weather front.