Topic: geology et al
According to that Minnesota geology book I'm reading, Carlton County deserves special attention and is an entity in itself. To make a long story short, mud turned into shale and compacted into slate. Due to movement and pressure, the slate buckled and folded and molten rock forced its way into the folds. Streams have eroded the bedrock so all of this has been exposed and created a rugged, interesting terrain, esp. in the Jay Cooke state park, which I have not visited. Another must do. Have driven through this area so I'm vaguely familiar.
That kitten smells really bad sometimes. I still haven't named her.
I'm working on three stories. Wish I could spend the day reading, writing, and painting. Hoffs Rock Shop