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Mokelumne River Reflections


The Mokelumne River originates in the Sierra Nevada mountain range and flows through Lodi, CA. on its way into the California Delta. The river’s name is Plains Miwok … constructed from moke, meaning “fishnet”, and -umne, a suffix meaning “people of”.

The following pictures were taken last week on a warm March day as Larry Rice (a local swimming pool repairman) slowly piloted his bass boat up the river’s five-mile stretch from Lodi Lake Park to the Highway 99 overpass.
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2 thoughts on “Mokelumne River Reflections

  1. What beautiful photographs, the river truly mirrored the landscape that day. It must have been a very enjoyable trip.

    Posted by dh | March 18, 2013, 10:36 pm

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