your feet was wet where

Gabriel Aparta

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Español - Venezuela
Hello there, please, from Of Mice and Men:

George snapped his fingers sharply, and at the sound Lennie laid the mouse in his hand.
"I wasn't doin' nothing bad with it, George. Jus' strokin' it."
George stood up and threw the mouse as far as he could into the darkening brush, and then he stepped to the pool and washed his hands.
"You crazy fool. Don't you think I could see your feet was wet where you went acrost the river to get it?"


I don't quite get the word where in here, is he trying to say something like: Don't you think I could see that your feet were wet because you went across the river to get it.

About the context, George had thrown away the mouse before.

Thanks a lot.
 
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