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Nature’s Remnants

Palouse River carved through layers of lava flows from millions of years ago by glacial floods thousands of years ago
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Daily Note

Every day, a photograph, a poem. I love this image of geological history of the Palouse River carved through layers of lava flows from millions of years ago by glacial floods thousands of years ago. We visited here in September, 2018 in what seems like yesterday and yet ages ago.

It was a fun trip with lots of stops for nature like this and the potholes/craters on the way as well as the history in the old town of Dayton, WA. Perhaps I’ll write a few more poems from this trip if I’ve pics of something interesting.

Scott, uncropped photo

Nature’s Remnants

Floods so many over thousands of years
When earth was frozen in glacial spears
Warming, melting, roaring torrents
Carved through cooled lava flows
from a time millions of years ago.

Sheri Edwards
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Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
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