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He looked out at the red earth stretching around them. It was hard to imagine, but millions of years ago this had been the bottom of a massive inland sea. Aquatic dinosaur bones had been dug up under this soil and there were still places in the desert where mounds of fossilized seashells baked under the sun.
- Jane Harper, The Lost Man
Then it began to rain. It rained and it rained and it rained. The yard ran in gullies, the lane was pink and slippery, and the road was deep in red mud.
“I’m a-going to lose my mind,” Ma said, “if you all don’t stop a-tracking that old red clay into my house.”
- Virginia H. Ormsby, Long Lonesome Train Whistle
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