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These backwater adventures are perfect for young and old alike and can make for some great memories.
The Kankakee and Des Plaines Rivers support many aquatic macrophytes that are generally absent throughout the remainder of Illinois River backwater lakes and wetlands with open or partial hydrologic connections (Stafford et al.
Flowing water can become a necessity for backwater panfish in lush environments during late summer--at least during the morning hours.
Sue Dray I never had any intention of returning to Wales as it has been seen as a backwater by all political parties since the days of Margaret Thatcher.
Eros International and Backwater Studios plan to release the film worldwide in June 2015.
How: Lake Vembanad is the biggest lake with the most number of backwater cruises to offer--you can get a day package or opt to stay on a state-run houseboat.
The description for IMC Rising: Backwater is as follows: "High in the mountains, ex-IMC pilot Barker and his fellow colonists have made a comfortable living by producing moonshine in this hidden bootlegging colony.
Critique: The art of the essay is alive and well in Bob Gray's anthology "Housatonic: life in a backwater of the beautiful berkshires".
Initially opened in the 1960s, it remained something of a relative backwater until the turn of the century.
The Opelika Plateau, also known as the Southern Piedmont Uplands, is a physiographic province in central Alabama that local and regional cultural syntheses have treated as a cultural backwater.
A team of UNWTO officials, who recently visited backwater resort Kumarakom in Kottayam district, have shown keen interest to implement the model at the international level, tourism department sources here said.
Handy, especially when navigating deeper water or trying to handle tight turns on the way to a shallow backwater.