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Day 549 Up Moses Coulee

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Every day, a photograph, a poem. Today my husband said, “Let’s go! We’re going to take the Jameson Lake Road up Moses Coulee!” We’ve passed that turn on Highway 2 through Moses Coulee for about thirty years, and never turned that way. Today, we did.

Enjoy our tour, beginning with breakfast at home and greeting the cat when we returned. Many of the pictures are of the same view, but at normal, 2.5zoom, and wide-angle from my iPhone. You’ll see the lake, haystack rocks, and huge boulders— the lake being created by and the rocks dropped by the great Missoula Floods thousands of years ago. [Missoula Floods explained by the Washington Department of Natural Resources]

Up Moses Coulee

The Jameson Lake 

turn we’ve passed for thirty years; 

today’s adventure

Sheri Edwards

Up the Coulee

Thousands of years past 

Missoula ice floods ravaged 

this basin: dropping 

huge boulders of granite and 

basalt: Montana to here.

Sheri Edwards  
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Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
Art from the Heart

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