Now that's a double-take photo. Mark Twain runs aground on the sand bar.JG
Outstanding shots, Dave. I've always wondered about the soil that was under the Rivers of America from the early days. I know, of course, of the oft-told tale that clay was brought in to line the riverbed. I find that a less permeable soil was brought in, graded and rolled, but pure clay: I don't think so. This picture seems to bear that opinion out. Thanks.
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