A life of courage, joy and independence.
Silk jetties are formed at the mouth of streams and rivers where turbulence from lakes and seas is diminished enough to allow structures of sediment to form. The world’s longest silk jetty is found at the mouth of the mighty Mississippi river in the USA while the second longest is at the Mitchell river in the Gippsland region of southern Australia (please see map below). Come join me in a very rare and special chance to drive to the end of this interesting geological feature and hear the firsthand account of the area from a friend who was kind enough to share his time and knowledge with us.
Welcome to the YouTube Bullet Train blog. My name is Kurt Bell and I am delighted that you have taken some time to share a little of life with me. I’m available on Facebook and Google+ if you have questions or just want to chat and say hi. I can also be found at the JVLOG forum with other Japan-related content creators. All links are listed below. I look forward to meeting you on-line. Have a great day!
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Channel homepage image “Leaf” by photographer Moyan Brenn.
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