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Snowy cinderblock stepping stone video

We had a small dusting of snow to wake up to this morning which makes our crude footbridge a bit too slippery to cross.

Option number two is a series of cinder block stepping stones just to the side of the ford. This 14 second video is how it looked about an hour ago.

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still precipitous precipitous-looking! this is the real "physicial challenge"! Mark: I think you should host an episode of Survivor (eek! mostly "just kidding") But, actually, to be able to cope with such stepping-stones really is making you both flexible and resilient, a fact that folks like Harry Caudill--Night Comes to the Cumberlands--and Verna Mae Slone--all testify to. On a completely different "tack" tho: is sinking Creek flowing from Russell Co.--where the 4 slurry-ash impoundments are?? And, do you have an actual mapping of where it goes under the Clinch??
Comment by adrianne Sun Jan 4 09:35:25 2009

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