Be that as it may, the river proceeds like an unwilling boy to school: it deviates from a direct course on the slightest excuse. It prefers to loop, twist and curve, and often almost doubles back in its tracks, so that you may walk miles along its banks and find yourself after all not very far from where you started. On the map, it is a curling snake. And it is a snake that needs no occult power to keep a beholder entranced; it is itself a charmer. Alfred Wainwright

Photo Donna Ehrke

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  1. Barbara Estinson says:

    I read the quote before looking at the picture. I thought, “Oh, I hope it’s a river and not a snake!” Whew! Great picture and quote both.

  2. Jesse says:

    Ha Snake River, nice and I still vote no for snake week šŸ™‚

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