Jonathan M. Greenberg
jongreen at BLUEMARBLE.NET
Wed Nov 12 14:49:10 EST 1997
Ross Koning wrote:
>Another interesting place to see amber rivers includes
>Taquamenon Falls in Michigan, USA. Here the waters are
>also tea-colored, and the falls, being of different water
>"thickness" are beautifully stained colors ranging from
>white (real thin sprays) to deep brown (heavy flows) and
>just about every shade of yellow-amber-brown in between.
>Niagara is impressive, but not very colorful by comparison.
We had them back in NJ, too: the Cedar River (and some Pine Barrens lakes,
too). It was like canoeing in a big glass of iced tea in the summer....
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