In good conscience any title with ‘Snowy’ in it was wrong. Being knee deep in the marsh pluff mud this had to be in black and white.
Note; Pluff mud (or plough) is unique to southern swamps and marshes. It is found all through the Mississippi Delta, the Low Country, and Santee Delta. “When you step in it, you stick,” say the Gullah people of the gooey marsh mud that lines Lowcountry creeks and marshes. The smell is called ‘home’, no really. It is also far superior to the worse low tide there has ever been.
Like anything, ‘you get used to it’.
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Talk about miry muck!
There is nothing like Pluff mud. I didn’t know such a thing existed, but we have it, and it’s unique.