Monday, September 14, 2009

Glacial Flour

The boy and I went to Mt. Rainier over the weekend.

The rivers that form from the melting glaciers are super murky.

They are filled with "glacial flour." Basically, clay sized particals of rock that stem from erosion.

Pretty neat.

Also, really fun.


Allison said...

awesome photo! i can't believe you're standing on that tiny bridge! i'm getting shaky just looking at it :)

Roberta Jane said...

Cute outfit! Are those your "hiking shoes"?

Vanessa said...

Seriously, that bridge is making me a little nervous.

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