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Geologic tales along Hoosier trails

Geologic tales along Hoosier trails

a field trip guidebook prepared for the first annual meeting of the North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America.

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Published in [Bloomington? Ind .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indiana.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Indiana.,
    • Geomorphology -- Indiana.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAllan F. Schneider, editor.
      ContributionsSchneider, Allan F. 1926-, Geological Society of America. North-Central Section., Indiana University, Bloomington. Dept. of Geology., Indiana. Geological Survey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE109 .G4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination133 p.
      Number of Pages133
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5636770M
      LC Control Number68064446

        Folks had great creativity when they built and named southeastern Utah’s trails and roads in Moab’s early days. Hurrah Pass and Chicken Corners are just a couple examples of scenic destinations in our region. And right now, as our customary visitors are urged to stay quarantined in their areas of residence, this region’s generally crowded camping and ATV areas are mostly empty of . Toadstool Geologic Park The 3-mile Bison Trail follows the course of Big Cottonwood Creek through Toadstool Park and on to the Hudson-Meng Bonebed archeological site (open to the public). There is a branch road off the trail that passes along the edge of Cedar Canyon and veers south between Roundtop Peak and Pine Butte and on to Sand Creek Road.

      Finley’s use of the term “Hoosier” in literature helped garner the term respect, rather than its traditionally pejorative meaning of “country backwoodsman.” He also owned and edited the Richmond Palladium from and published a book of poems, including “The Hoosier’s Nest,” in He died in Richmond, Indiana in The Ice Age Trail Guidebook features more than detailed segment-by-segment descriptions and maps to help you connect with the thousand-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Written for those seeking a wide range of adventures on the Ice Age Trail, the Ice Age Trail .

      Dave Tucker, author of Geology Underfoot in Western Washington, will tell geologic tales, covering sites from low-lying shorelines to rugged book's twenty-two chapters lead you to easily accessible stops along Washington's highways, and some trails too. A healthy dose of full-color illustrations and photos compliments the author's illuminating prose, further demystifying.   people you have met along the Muskie Trail. If you're a never heard of 'em (Muskie) Fisherman, then this book will introduce you to this sport. Grandfather Bobs' Muskie Tips will surely help get you started and there are tales of happenings that will tell you of people and events along the Muskie :


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