Upper Pond Mud Ridges


Ridges in Mud

Here’s a little puzzler. What is causing those ridges? This is a photo of the upper pond. If you need them, here are two hints. Hover your cursor over the Hints to see them if you need them.

Hint #1

Hint #2

Now… leave your answer in the comments before you peek at the answer below.

Answer

Outdoors: 70°F/55°F Misty, Light rain last night
Tiny Cottage: 71°F/66°F

Daily Spark: It is a free country. Mostly. You have the right to be stupid. Should you prefer not to be stupid you still have the right to be stupid. Until the left takes the right or only the right is left. Then stupidity will be regulated and you will have no choice but to be stupid.

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4 Responses to Upper Pond Mud Ridges

  1. David Lloyd Sutton says:

    Glaciers receding? (Temporarily, I know you’re in Vermont.)

  2. Jessica Rabbit says:

    I guessed something close but diddnt quite get the answer. neat little puzzle. I like the mystery posts.

  3. Sandy Davis says:

    As the pond water ripples it leaves ridges at the various water levels as it evaporates in the heat of summer.

  4. mellifera says:

    Lake Powell’s got BIG versions of those…

    It’s funny (speaking of the right to be stupid.) In Utah all you have to do is wonder out loud why God would give Utah more rain, if Utah just wastes the rain it’s got on watering its lawns… and you’re automatically on the far left. No joke. That’s a right of stupidity if ever there was one.

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