It seems like everyone in Walla Walla, Washington knows his geological history. People in the wine industry there are only too eager to tell you that some 15,000 years ago the Walla Walla Valley suffered devastating floods, caused by glaciers moving south from Canada, and that these deluges deposited much of the sand and silt that today make up the region’s...
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