[Tweeters] sanderlings and tire tracks

jbroadus at seanet.com jbroadus at seanet.com
Thu Mar 26 08:40:38 PDT 2009


Date sent: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 18:02:18 -0700
From: David Barber <dbarber71 at comcast.net>
To: jbroadus at seanet.com
Copies to: tweeters at u.washington.edu
Subject: Re: [Tweeters] sanderlings and tire tracks


Only difference I could see was that the popular tracks were
knobby tires, while all the other tracks were standard looking
road treads. The tracks were no deeper than the others. I'm
sure the knobby treads disturbed the sand more than the
standard tires, but it was no obvious difference in sand
shredding to my eyes. The tire preference was what got us
interested in the scene in the first place.



> I'm wondering how the sanderling tire tracks were different. You

> said

> they were always the same ones, from which I infer you could tell

> the

> difference. Were they deeper in the sand? Was it a deeper or

> shallower

> tread than the others? Anything?

>

> David Barber

> Vancouver, WA

>

>

Jerry Broadus
PLS 17660




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