Friday, February 29, 2008

Which (if any) geological features in your watershed are, or were, especially respected by your community, or considered sacred, now or in the past?

Geological features? They are few and far between in these parts.

Evidently, Talbot Road followed a natural ridge of glacial moraine which stretched from Windsor to Point Pelee and if I'm not mistaken, it was originally a trail used by the First Nations people in this area. But a road is hardly considered 'sacred'.

So, let's just say, "everything/nothing".

3 comments:

John (JohnTIZ) said...

Mita, at least once a year my wife and myself make a road trip out of following talbot trail past Leamington and on to St. Thomas and back again. It's a nice road trip with lots of simple pleasures along the way.

Urbanrat said...

Here!

http://yosemite.epa.gov/r5/ardcorre.nsf/53ef974446e5beb78625657100537959/bd32a559f0daa4b48625731c004b6f47/$FILE/ard-013132.pdf

If you see what I see from my 20th floor balcony looking west here in Windsor, the above is the main bandit in this area.

Urbanrat said...

Here to answer the question.

http://yosemite.epa.gov/r5/ardcorre.nsf/53ef974446e5beb78625657100537959/bd32a559f0daa4b48625731c004b6f47/$FILE/ard-013132.pdf

I see this every day from 20th floor condo looking west from Windsor