Sunday Trees – 422
Sunday Trees is hosted by Becca Givens and is all about trees.
Here is my entry: This is the Mississippi River at an easy flood stage. Those clump of trees in the water is an island.
I say easy because when the Mississippi floods thousands of people and many riverside towns and cities become evolved.
I’ve spent most of my life living near the Mississippi River. I’ve driven over a bridge at the southern end, where it is more than a mile wide, during a colossal flood. I’ve walked across a bridge near its beginning where it is only a few feet wide and a few inches deep.
I’ve canoed it, walked and biked along side as it flowed south.
It takes no notice of me, but I am well aware of its existence.
One cannot fool with the mighty Mississip! What area of the River is this?
Thank you for sharing!
So true the river is king. Just south of St Paul, Minnesota.
I am from the southern end of the mighty Mississip … south Louisiana near New Orleans!
I’m from Lafayette.
God’s country! My parents are from Lafayette, and I went to high school in Grand Coteau!
I went to Northside on the north side of Lafayette. Unfortunately, I don’t get there very often, maybe next time I do, we can meet halfway.
I haven’t been to Houma in about 5 years! It would be lovely to meet there!
It would be lovely, but for me, it might be a while. I get along with the family, It’s just the fiances.
When I sell a couple of thousand books, I’ll be down right away. ;0)