Obsidian Creek begins west of Nymph Lake and flows north to the Gardner
River. A few miles from its source, things go downhill for this little
Well, most creeks do flow downhill, you know.
This is not a laughing matter! I’ve run across scientific
data proving the water in parts of this stream is degraded—or
if that’s too fancy a word for you, Ms. Crowbes, polluted.
There must be a source of industrial waste hidden from the public! Such
environmental abuse might have remained a deep, dark secret, if it weren’t
for the stoneflies!
My dear Ms. DeRama—
Don’t you “my dear Ms. DeRama” me! Oh, look
at your blank faces! Surely, you, Dr. Beadle, can explain the importance
of a stonefly as it relates to water pollution.