Mississippi R. flooding moves downstream.

Mississippi R. flooding moves downstream.

A Burlington, IA photo from the NY Times, which is doing some very good coverage, including a good article today, and a nice interactive graphic on the home page. Also a retrospective on Chelsea, IA, which had the opportunity to relocated after the 1993, but...

Media research, flood chasing in St. Louis.

Media research, flood chasing in St. Louis.

Cara continued her work on our new color-sorted Em4 media, and we have a mix we like. We noticed it has the same hues as the spotty banana on the bench–yellow, light brown, dark brown. It looks nice, and we can’t wait to mix up a couple of hundred pounds...

St. Louis fieldwork.

St. Louis fieldwork.

On this May One Cara spent her first day in the field with LRRD. She exceeded my high expectations by figuring out the crazy complex origin of the bank materials at this St. Louis County site. We shot 2,100 feet of long profile on this complex suburban site, including...

Kate and Steve in St. Louis.

Kate and Steve in St. Louis.

After Friday night’s big party at the City Museum (here a photo of the incredible architechtural exhibits), Kate and I enjoyed downtown St. Louis. Kate got her doctorate in pharmacy at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and she and I lived there together for a...

What floods around goes around.

What floods around goes around.

Looks like the Meramec River will hit the flood of record in St. Louis tomorrow. These guys, who build our Emriver boxes, sit on the fringe of the Meramec’s floodplain there. Consider the irony of our great friends and suppliers of river model parts going...