Enjoying the Autumn colors in the desert.
We were off camping again . . .
This time at beautiful
Steamboat Rock State Park, WA.
The weather was a mix of warm & sunny,
chilly, windy and raining.
All in all an amazing trip.
The bike paths were glorious
with breathtaking views and
curved paths with gentle hills easy
enough for a lady of my years to manage :)
This photo was taken on one of my
At this point I turned around and headed
back to camp. It was raining, but not
hard and felt very refreshing :)
We enjoyed meeting our new neighbors . . .
These wild turkey came into camp every day.
They would stay a while and then march
back into the tall desert grass,
only to come back in an hour or so.
Butchy loved sitting my the screen door
watching them walk about our campsite.
Kayaking was marvelous . . .
You wouldn't want to go overboard
because the water was quite cold.
Here you can see one of the caves in the cliffs.
Look closely to the right,
do you see the bridge?
That's where we were headed.
Under the bridge.
This was on the other side.
In the Spring when the snow melts . . .
there is a waterfall here that flows
down those cliffs and into the lake.
We sat there in awe and made plans to return
in the Spring.
Here we gathered our kayaks together
on the way back across the lake
to stop and enjoy the view.
That's how we spent four delightfully
calm and restful days this month . . .
Wish you were here!
We would have a great time together :)
Your blogging sister,