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Tuesday, January 27

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    Detrital Wash is located along the south shore of Lake Mead in the Mojave Desert in Arizona. It is actually on the Arizona and Nevada border. Detrital Wash extends about fifty miles from Lake Mead into the mountains north of Kingman.
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Monday, November 24

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    Detrital Wash is located along the south shore of Lake Mead in the Mojave Desert in Arizona. It is actually on the Arizona and Nevada border. Detrital Wash extends about fifty miles from Lake Mead into the mountains north of Kingman.
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Thursday, March 27

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    Starting in 1987,1887, the Chespeake
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    Back then, Chesapeake Beach was a tourist town. People came from the Washington, D. C. area by train or by steamboat from Baltimore. The Dreamland was a popular steamboat from 1909 until the mid 1920's. The Dixie was another popular steamboat; it sailed from Baltimore during the 1930's
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Wednesday, March 26

  1. page Chesapeake Beach edited ... in Maryland. In 1896, Starting in 1987, the Chespeake ... Railway Company contructed be…
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    Railway Company contructedbegan construction of tracks throughto the Chesapeake Bay.
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    town. People would comecame from many miles awaythe Washington, D. C. area by train or by steamboat.steamboat from Baltimore. The twoDreamland was a popular steamboats were "The Dixie" and "The Dreamland."
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    steamboat from 1909 until the mid 1920's. The Dixie was another popular steamboat; it sailed from Baltimore during the 1930's
    (The photo shown in the original entry is NOT the same steamboat named Dixie that came to Cheaaapeake Beach in the 1930's. Note the presence of bales of cotton on the decks; it is probably a Missisippi River boat.)
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Monday, December 2

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    Detrital Wash is located along the south shore of Lake Mead in the Mojave Desert in Arizona. It is actually on the Arizona and Nevada border. Detrital Wash extends about fifty miles from Lake Mead into the mountains north of Kingman.
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Tuesday, October 15

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    Hedysarum mackenzii, also known as wild sweet pea, grows to about 2 1/2 feet. It has reddish-purple flowers that are arranged in clusters and its pods are hairy. The undersides of leaves are whitish and felty. The roots are inedible and can cause severe digestive problems. Athabascans refer to this plant as "brown bear food"
    {indian-potato.jpg} Hedysarum alpium
    Hedysarum alpium, also known as wild potato or Indian potato, grows to about 2 1/2 feet. It has flowers that are tapered and narrow at the top and its pods are smooth. The leaves are smooth. Its roots are edible. They can be eaten raw like carrots, sliced and stir fried, simmered in stews or steamed as a dinner vegetable.
    Both plants grow in similar soil. The grow in gravel river bars, roadsides, rocky hillsides and meadows. They range from northern Alaska and the Yukon to British Columbia. The roots are best harvested after frost in the fall. They are sweetened by the frost. Some people say they taste like liquorice.
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