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Subject: Re: VERY unusual Mars geological features
From: meredith lamb mlamb1@..........
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 14:04:00 -0700

Edward Cranswick wrote:

> Meredith-
> > OK....think I have the answer to the "worms"....they are sand dunes at
> > the bottom of canyons/gullies.  I looked at some adjacent high
> > resolution photos, and so, I think the mystery is solved.  See:
> >
> >
> >
> You got me convinced of your interpretation: I'm from the government, I need
> you to help me!
> -Edward


Thanks for the geology feature try, from the one previous photo.
That was nice of you to give it a go.  Somehow the Pinyon pines
could be stretching it a bit....ha.

Yea...sure, me help you....I know what that want me to
run out and get the pizza.  Do you want, the standard pepperoni,
sausage with onions; probably heavy on the sauce?  On the other
hand, the mexican pizza you and John got at the last Colorado PSN
meeting at the USGS Golden, Colorado place was simply delicious, 
it was such a nice diversion from the normal pizza.  Of course; pizza
alone, needs, something like cole slaw to add the sweet taste to the
otherwise sour taste brew ................ha.

Take care,

Meredith Lamb


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