22 March 2014
Dry Wash, Missoula, Montana
If I didn’t ‘fess up that that Clark Fork River rushes 20 feet on both sides of this view, you could imagine me somewhere in a southwest dry wash, basking in 85 degree south spring sunshine.
But I’ll take 40-60 degree Montana spring-shine and be happy, partly because the bugs aren’t as big or scary looking as some in the desert. Well, at least not until the skwala stonefly hatch occurs.
Labels: Blue Sky, clouds, Dry Wash, Hatch, Missoula, Montana, river bottom, Skwala Stonefly, Tree
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