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Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays

 
OpenHeartMonk
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04/25/2012 10:54 PM

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Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays
This is a waterfall where I like to spend my lunch..



To local Nelsonites, it’s simply known as “the waterfall”
although its formal name is “Cottonwood Falls”

Last Edited by OpenHeartMonk on 04/25/2012 10:55 PM
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04/26/2012 12:11 AM

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Re: Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays
One can often find hippies strumming guitars, smoking, and napping on the boulders and grass in the surrounding park. There’s a community garden full of herbs and flowers called the Japanese Friendship Gardens. Sometimes there’s a farmer’s market overflowing with tasty organic local produce.
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Re: Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays
Today Cottonwood Creek is bursting down its falls flush with water from the spring snowpack melt and rather muddy.. apparently there was a mudslide in the mountains which lent this normally crystal clear creek its chocolate hue.
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Re: Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays
BEAUTIFUL WATERFALL! Loved that video.
Just a quick question for those of you who follow
the weather? I went to the NOAA weather.gov site
that I visit each day this evening. I saw something
in the 28 K level showing the West Coast circulation.
It seems that there is a northward progression of
storm clouds that turns very suddenly below North
America--like a hose--heading up to our West Coast
states I don't think I have ever seen the circulation
of the weather do this before....seems odd. Would
someone go look and tell me what they think? Thanks
again for the video! Oh it is nearly 12 midnight
Mountain Time here 4/25/12.
Today Cottonwood Creek is bursting down its falls flush with water from the spring snowpack melt and rather muddy.. apparently there was a mudslide in the mountains which lent this normally crystal clear creek its chocolate hue.
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Re: Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays
BEAUTIFUL WATERFALL! Loved that video.
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glad you enjoyed the movie =)

on weather systems.. not sure

yesterday it was sunny and 20 C here, today it is raining and 10 C but this is normal for early spring in this area
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Re: Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays
lots of rain today.. 44 mm

might be interesting to film the dam spillways soon
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04/26/2012 10:42 PM

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Re: Spring Flood at Cottonwood Falls in the Kootenays
another petal
falls
from the rose

bump for oblivion
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