Friday, November 12, 2010
A bit of texture can be found in 42N country along the Iowa River in northern Johnson County, Iowa. Here where the Coralville Reservoir pool becomes the Iowa River (up stream from the dam) you can find many examples of seasonal or transitional textures.
This area often floods and is covered by a thick deposit of mud. For the past two months we have received little rain leaving these flats dry and cracked. However don't be fooled, and step lively. These seemingly dried mud regions still hold more than adequate moisture below, in fact there is enough sogginess to send a weighted shoe into condition unacceptable. Now You know that is the answer at the end. Know that.
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Really cool photos, 42N! Love those paw prints in the first one. And the cracked, CRACKED mud - - - fascinating.ReplyDelete
Less than 24 hours now and we will be immersed in our favorite Saturday passion - - - FOOTBALL.
Hopefully you don't know this from personal experience!hahaReplyDelete