Saturday, March 10, 2018
Stacks of Tires
At a local 1/2 mile racetrack called the Hawkeye Downs Speedway, there are several artifacts in storage from past seasons. Stacked with discarded race tires you can find the maintenance facility's stockpile of used or damaged tires.
Perhaps the intended purpose for keeping this amount of rubber on hand is to maintain a supply for various short term needs. Whatever the case, today the tires contain frozen water inside the form, reminding us that winter is still here officially for 10 more days.
Monday, March 5, 2018
Iceberg Right Ahead on Indian Creek
Ice breakup is such a bizarre scene but one that usually occurs during the end of winter on my section of Indian Creek. Recent rain and warm temperatures help melt snow and fill creek beds. If winter is still present, the rise in water causes ice to break and float downstream. As the water recedes, the mini icebergs rest haphazardly.
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Labels: carpathia, Cedar Rapids, ice, iceberg, Indian Creek, iowa, spring, water
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