DuckLeveeRd... (clouds trees water ). Photo by CalicoBass

DuckLeveeRd...

Uploaded by: CalicoBass

Thursday October 25, 2012

near Reyno, AR

Caption: on a beautiful cloudy day with temp of 80 degrees. After the front moves out, our temps will be in the 50's during the day and in the low 30's at night. I guess they call this Duck Levee Road because this levee holds in the water to this area for the ducks when they flood it, which is what they are starting to do now. This is on the Dave Donaldson Wildlife Management Area.

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About CalicoBass

CalicoBass

I am married (40 years), we enjoy being outdoors, fishing, going for drives on the back-roads. I enjoy taking pictures of everything and I really enjoy seeing everyones pictures they put on this site. We live in a very small town that is where the White and Black Rivers meet.

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