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Extraordinary inundations of the sea

Mark Hinman

Extraordinary inundations of the sea

excavations at Market Mews, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire

by Mark Hinman

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Published by Oxford Archaeology East in Cambridgeshire .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMark Hinman and Elizabeth Popescu ; with contributions by Steven Ashley ... [et al.] ; illustrations by Jon Cane, Carlos Silva and Sue Holden
    ContributionsPopescu, Elizabeth
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.C2 H58 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 108 p. :
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25332868M
    ISBN 109781907588044
    LC Control Number2012398431

    Imagine yourself as one of the first explorers to discover the island. McCafferty was promised a lifetime supply of fudge. Expecting floods of mud and rock, people had piled sandbags and built heavy wooden walls. Sparkling, tumescent, mycophane, the big bead of water just stands there indefinitely, on top of the impermeable soil. All IP addresses in Germany are blocked. You might be driving up the San Gabriel River Freeway in the morning, heading straight at the mountains at point-blank range, and not be able to see them.

    Already included in the debris were propane tanks, outbuildings, picnic tables, canyon live oaks, alders, sycamores, cottonwoods, a Lincoln Continental, an Oldsmobile, and countless boulders five feet thick. There was buckthorn. When the rifle fired, flaming Kleenex shot out the muzzle and burned down three thousand eight hundred and sixty acres, including the entire watershed of the Middle Fork. His Cat was actually not a simple dozer but a loader on tracks, with a two-and-a-quarter-yard bucket seven feet wide. Humidity drops very close to zero.

    The political City of Los Angeles—in its vague and tentacular configuration—actually abuts the San Gabriels for twenty miles or so, in much the way that it extends to touch the ocean in widely separated places like Venice, San Pedro, and Pacific Palisades. When boulders were running there, they sounded like a rolling freight. Kneeling on it—on a gold velvet spread—they could soon press their palms against the ceiling. Came a time of unprecedented rain, and the neighborhood grew ever more fearful—became in fact so infused with catastrophic anticipation that it sought the drastic sort of action that only a bulldozer could provide. They are stream-propelled, stream-rounded boulders, and the San Gabriel is the stream. A fire had swept the mountainsides, leaving them vulnerable, dark, and bare.


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