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Old Mar 17, 2014, 5:51 PM   #1
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You can see why they call this river the Snake River.

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Old Mar 17, 2014, 9:28 PM   #2
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Reminds me of a geography lesson on meandering rivers! Lovely pic.
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LOL! My thoughts also when I was looking at the scene.
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Quite an a-maze-ing shot, Mntgal. Very cool!
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Nice, I bet that area can flood after heavy rains.
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Thanks!

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Nice, I bet that area can flood after heavy rains.
The funny thing is that I don't think the area really floods (rising water yes - flooding no). But then, I'm not sure it rains all that much there - they get lots of snow (the picture was taken from the top of Snow King, a downhill ski facility/area) but I don't think they get all that much rain. I know someone who lived there for 20 years and don't remember them ever mentioning flooding in the near-by town. I think the area allows the water in this particular area to spread out and not flood.
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