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By Sigrid Olson

Potomac Spring Waterways on the Rise


Sigrid Olson, Pathfinder

Union Creek, which runs off into the Blackfoot River, is swollen to its banks from snowmelt coming down from the hills surrounding Potomac.  

POTOMAC - On the mountains and hills surrounding Potomac valley, the accumulated snow on Sheep Mountain, Mineral Mountain, Gold Peak, Union Peak, Morrison Peak and others contribute to the creeks swollen with snowmelt.

Some creeks are unnamed and seasonal while other run year round like Gold, Bear, Twin, Cramer, Union, Johnson, Camas, Mormon Creek and the Rattlesnake Creek.

All drain into larger waterways including the Blackfoot River.


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