Topic: geology et al
I had a friend/customer visit yesterday. She was mentioning how you can't pick up rocks along the shore of Lake Superior. It's illegal. I can see the rationale here. We don't want our natural heritage picked up and carried away.
Lake Superior is the largest body of fresh water in the world, and one of the deepest. It is a fine heritage. But how was it formed? Not sure I understand the process but I think the original trough was formed by a downfolding in the rocks of the pre-Cambrian age, which should have filled up by sediment by now, but instead the trough was reamed out by ice lobes. Then the ice melted and filled up the lake.
My desire to finish my sonnet and read it at the poetry event in my barn on June 16 is very strong.
I would also like to finish my paintings.
But there is rock work to do, my website in particular, and that takes precedence over what the world would term "hobbies".
Church work? As long as I have consented to take this job, I should do as good a job as I can while I am in the position, no matter how humble.
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