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Lewis and Clark Monument Park overlook
Just another view, more straight on, over the airport's southern runway system towards the west. See the road where the trucks are? And the giant sandbar just in front of the road that runs along the roadbed? All that was under water during the flooding, including the now marshy area that is part of Big Lake Park meadow in yesterday's post. I presume that one can see waterlines on the tree trunks along that route. See also on the left/middle edge, trees growing on high sandbars? Yes, those sandbars were also submerged knee-deep in flood water. The brownish vegetation on the bottom edge of the image is oak tree leaves. I.m not sure what the yellow-leaved trees are. Next we will see other aspects of this little park, including vegetation along a little trail leading from the monument.
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