The Mythical Rias of My Camping Mall
By William C. Harrison
A RIA, as defined by - *Wikipedia, is a ?submergent coastal landform, often known as a drowned valley or drowned river valley. Rias are almost always estuaries. Rias form where sea levels rise relative to the land either as a result of eustatic sea level change; where the global sea levels rise or isostatic sea level change; where the land sinks. When this happens valleys which were previously at sea level become submerged. The result is often a very large estuary at the mouth of a relatively insignificant river (or else sediments would quickly fill the ria). The Kingsbridge Estuary is an extreme example of a ria forming an estuary disproportionate to the size of its river; no significant river flows into it at all, only a number of small streams.? I, ***William C. Harrison, have used the word in a mythical sense and applied it to camping grounds along lowlands. These mythical campgrounds become paradises for folks getting away from the normal everyday life of ups and downs. These Rias allow them to escape into these mythical paradises and enjoy the moment, the day, the week or for as long as they wish to stay. Several blogs previously written are shown below.
Once Upon a Time at Camp Ria (By ****PRWeb June 24, 2007)
I love camping at Camp Ria. It?s a fun location. It?s in or near a submerged valley along a wide creek that empties into a large river. Camping provides us an opportunity to sense nature firsthand. Campers have fun staking out their camp location, setting up their tents, and putting their sleeping gear in place. The next day they can engage in a variety of activities including taking a hike, swimming, fishing, playing football, bird watching, or reading a novel. It almost makes no difference what they do as long as they do it at Camp Ria.
Just as importantly, camping helps people escape the stress of city life. It provides physical benefits when it involves hiking to, from, and around a campsite, and many outdoor enthusiasts believe that camping instills confidence in youngsters and offers older campers opportunities to challenge themselves in unfamiliar surroundings. Recent improvements in camping gear and a growing number of organizations that teach people wilderness safety have made it easier to spend several days or even weeks in the outdoors.
Oh, To Live and Die in Ria (By PRWeb June 12, 2007)
Some one asked me why do I not have a cell phone. My answer was ?I want to smell the roses when I leave work.? Well, living in Ria is like smelling the roses. You don?t have a worry in the world. Ria has all the roses and other flowers that anyone could ever want. There are no telephones, no contact with the outside world, just with ?Mother Nature.? It is like being in Paradise. It is glorious, wonderful, magnificent, breathtaking, fantastic. It is Ria and how I yearn to live and die in this marvelous place call Ria.
East of Ria (By PRWeb June 3, 2007)
My Camping Mall here. A Ria is a valley, a lowland, a submerged area, an area where the creek widens just before it empties into a larger body of water. They exist all over the world, but Spain and Portugal may have the earlier claims on the word. East of Ria is an area perfectly suited for my campgrounds. The land is low, the weather is mild, but the rainfall is heavy. So bring your rain gear, bring your tents and bring necessary clothing to cope with this moderate climate conditions. Then, enjoy your stay East of Ria.
*Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, is a web-based, free content encyclopedia **My Camping Mall is an online Web Site at http://www.mycampingmall.com ***William C. Harrison, a former Army Lieutenant Colonel and Business Executive, has written a number of articles and blogs including those shown above on Rias. **** PRWeb is an online news and press release publication
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