90 Degree Turn

First time I’ve seen a river make a perfect 90 degree turn. The moss you see is on solid rock that goes very deep into the river.

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  1. beautiful picture…when you mentioned moss on the rocks I had to look ahsin. 3 years ago I slipped on moss and hit the back of my head at a tidepool. Ouch.
    Now I just admire from a distance 🙂

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  2. In this river, the moss only grows above the ordinary high water level. The slippery rocks here are all the ones that are wet.

    Today I don’t feel safe unless I’m wearing my river shoes. Doesn’t help much with the slipping, but keeps my feet from getting cut. Thanks for the comment.

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  3. Gee, I hate those 90 degree turns on rivers especially on the inside bends. It really hinders the movement of my intertube when attempting to float down the river and not spill my beer.

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  4. Slippery rocks are dangerous! I learned the hard way and now know NOT to walk on wet mossy rocks. 🙂
    River shoes sound helpful. I wonder what other kinds of shoes would do both: protect and have good traction.
    I hope you have a good rest of the day!

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