Tuesday, June 27, 2006

orogenesis zone

The rain was back with a venegence. And I mean that in the least metaphorical way possible (notwithstanding the clever title of this entry). Simply put: it rained a lot on Saturday. I rained a lot on Sunday. It rained a lot on Monday. The ground was soping wet. The rivers ran milk chocolate brown. And Sunday, during the breaks in the storm at 6000', the views were magnificent. At least I thought so.

Never let anyone tell you that the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Art Loeb trail are the wrong places to be during a thunderstorm.

You can click virtually every one of these photographs for a larger photograph.

This is at the top of the Caney Fork watershed. If I peed here I could possibly be fishing in my own urine at Moses Creek some time later.

I will move back here in the near future.


Anonymous said...

if you move there i am totally coming to visit so we can hike all around and look at beautifulness. i hope it rains. the pictures are awesome...i like all the fog tucked in the nooks and crannies of the mountains. more for me to steal and frame! sweet.


Anonymous said...

Fucking move there douche, see if we give a fuck.

piece of shit...

Matthew D Dunn said...

Tracy: you are my queen. Nooks and crannies. Nooks...and crannies. Like English muffins.

Anonymous: I love you too.

Anonymous said...

Dunn, I thought you didn't believe in the orogenisis zone?
Deacon Phil Jonas
The Whale Hunter