river drift

river drift

[′riv·ər ‚drift]
(geology)
Rock material deposited by a river in one place after having been moved from another.
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And then his wife might set out to look for him, and she too would feel the cold; and perhaps she would have some of the children with her--and so a whole family would drift into drinking, as the current of a river drifts downstream.
With a pool right forward and a bar at the rear, this formed the perfect vantage point for seeing the river drift by, day or night.
In the 1920s, Prince Helfrich, the bride's great-grandfather, and his river partner, Veltie Pruitt, pioneered the McKenzie River drift boats that are now known worldwide.
In addition, some other tourist destinations in the region are worthy of a visit: Luobei River Drift Scenic Spot, Mt.
In Pulaski, Salmon River drift boats are also reporting good numbers of steelhead.
From here, explore the winelands, play golf, go canoeing, quad-biking or microlighting - or just sit on the deck over the water and watch the river drift by (www.
For a special day of angling enjoyment, you can float-fish the San Juan in a McKenzie River drift boat, accompanied by a local guide.
Or stretch out on the lawn, watch the lazy river drift by and enjoy the springtime.
We've added some bells and whistles, including a functioning water feature that showcases the world famous McKenzie River Drift Boat, which was designed and built both on the river and in Springfield and is now the official symbol of the city of Springfield.
Bigfoot (Georgetown), Mc Kenzie River Drift Boats (Oklahoma), Saturday Market (Northwestern State) and Pre (UCLA) - none even made it out of the second round.
Shooting The Deschutes": As produced by the McKenzie River Drift Boat Museum in 1939 for the World's Fair, the short movie (now digitized) shows river running from local legends Veltie Pruitt and Prince Helfrich.
It would say "Springfield" and "home of the Mc Kenzie River drift boat.