The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
Wow! Looks like a great hike. Especially like that last photo.
We thought that was a lovely hike. It was nice to see it again through your eyes (and camera).
Nice hike, for sure, but you could have used those butt shots for the "The End" competition! ;c)Amazing how the water color is opal. Was it from plant life in the lake? Another one of America's great outdoor wonders.
Opal indeed. You folks find the nicest places to hike.
Sweet hike to a great lake! Love the wildflower field and the horses and the DEER so sweet!!
The opal color is caused by "rhyolite dust" carried into the lake.
What an adventure you've got just to be able to come up the opal lake. It sure is sweet to be able to see the lake. Its looks mystical.Coral Springs Accountant
When I said "post more pics of my uncle", this isn't exactly what I meant! haha! I'm enjoying reading about and seeing pics of your adventures! Take care.
when you're the camera holder, butt shots rule! :-) Always enjoy seeing beautiful places more than one time!
Oh how lovely! What an amazing adventure. Just beautiful!The fungi reminds me of a particular eel that hangs out in the reefs of Cozumel. He has learned to stick his head out just so and waits for divers to throw food in his direction. He'll actually turn upside down if you're diving below him.... that's what the fungi looked like to me when I first saw it. Too funny.Thanks for sharing your world with us.
It's going on the list.
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