The Texas Colorado
[imgbelt img=LPsuite.jpg]The symphony of the river is the murmuring current broken into a chorus of gravel riffle, the bass of muscular flow breaking against rock and log, the applause of sycamore leaves trailing in the stream, the slap of wavelet against boat hull, and the lowing of cattle.
Editor’s Note: Below is an excerpt from Margie Crisp’s new book, River of Contrasts: The Texas Colorado. The river runs 860 miles from just south of Lubbock, Texas, to the Gulf of Mexico. Crips follows the river its entire length. She writes about the river and she illustrates the book with her own drawings. A taste is below. To see more, go here.