BOISE -- Water is continuing to seep into some homes in southeast Boise and the frustration among residents is mounting.
It's been seven weeks and residents who live on South Minuteman Way are still dealing with water in their backyards, crawlspaces and basements.
The Bureau of Reclamation has been investigating a number of possible sources, but there are still no answers.
Things are not better -- things are worse, said Amanda Wheelwright.
For the past seven weeks Amanda Wheelwright and four of her neighbors have been dealing with flooded homes.
It's just hard. It's a definite encroachment on our life, said Wheelwright.
The Wheelwright's crawlspace is filled with water and their backyard has turned into a virtual swamp.
It's disgusting. No one can go back there, my dog can't back there, he's sequestered to the house all day, said Wheelwright.
The Bureau of Reclamation has been investigating several different sources of the water.
We have people heading in every direction, said the Project Manager for the Boise Project Board of Control, Paul Deveau.
So far officials have not pinpointed the exact cause of where the water is coming from. Thursday morning the Bureau of Reclamation continued the investigation.
Rotation lines, which carry canal water to residents, were checked for possible leaks.
The first one we've already run the camera through and it looks OK, said Deveau.
The Bureau of Reclamation says they're committed to finding the source.
I know seven weeks is very frustrating on both sides, said Deveau. We're taking into consideration everything we can, expanding what we're doing. We have United Water in the area doing tests, we'll see what we come up with.
Neighbors are hoping the source is found sooner than later so they can get on with their lives.
I'm tired and I just don't want to deal with this anymore, said Wheelwright.