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River access opens up story-telling and natural wonders

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Posted: Saturday, November 19, 2011 4:27 pm

A young, brown-haired boy clumped together a ball of mud in his hand, twisting and turning it to form the perfect mold before lifting it above his head and chucking it with a loud "ker-plop" into the Mokelumne River.

The boy's father sat on a log not far away, watching his son play on the banks of the river, which are directly adjacent to the now-open Woodbridge Wilderness Area.

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