In my daily life, I hang out around the Red River (of the North) in North Dakota. I then spent a half-decade of summers wandering around the Inachos River in the Argolid in Greece.
This summer, I’m spending some quality time in the neighborhood of the Chrysochous River in western Cyprus. The village of Polis sits on a abrupt hill in the Chrysochous River delta which forms a wide fan between the Troodos mountains and the rugged heights about the Akamas Peninsula.
Here is the mighty Chrysochous with the Toodos range in the background. Below is the Chrysochous winding its way toward the sea some 500 m to the north.