Why Fireworks Depend on Geology »« What Recent Supreme Court Decisions Have Told Me About My Value as a Woman and a Human Being

Yes, I Abandoned You For Franklin Falls

Yes, I posted a lovely picture of it on Rosetta Stones. Yes, I’ll be writing up the geology of that amazing place in-depth soonish. Probably by the end of summer, even! And in the meantime, I shall tease you with photos.

Like this before picture:

Image shows me sitting on water-smoothed slabs of granite, with the river rushing beside me.

Moi on the rocks in the Snoqualmie River.

After’s where it gets fun. And very, very cold. (No, I didn’t fall in.) The hydrogeology buffs will probably squee with joy when I post the photo sequence from this stop along the trail!

I’m out for the rest of the week aside from a pre-scheduled post on the geology of the Fourth of July – all the MMA fights are happening this week, I’m trying to be a good girl and go to ye olde daye jobbe at least a few days before my official end date, and I intend to have some serious lazy time before working full-time for the worst boss in the world: moi. We’ll finish naming the store next week, and I will totally get back to those of you who have asked me bidness-related questions! Until then, go have as much fun as you can endure, and if you’re in a place that’s miserably hot, get thee to the water if you can! See you soon!

Comments

  1. rq says

    I have some hydrogeology for you. :) Can’t wait for this one!
    (I’ve been a crappy commenter for a while now. Sorry. Too much choir around, still, for me to focus on your blog, which makes me sad. But I’m so glad you’re back online, so to speak!)

  2. Trebuchet says

    Well, nuts! I’ve lived in this part of the world for 45 years (plus) and never heard of Franklin Falls. Whereabouts is it? Lets see, Snoqualmie river, I-90 visible, hmmmm. I’ll work it out.