|These few clouds made for a beautiful sunrise|
Walking the paved roads was easy and I only veered off the path once when I was chasing a jack rabbit. Ha! I’m so glad I saw him and didn’t mistake him for a kangaroo this time but he was much too fast for me to capture him on film.
There are tons of Gamble’s Quail, bunny rabbits and doves throughout the park area. I walked up to Quail’s Run which is another camping area, with no reservation required, and where we parked on our last visit.
|These trees are all over the park|
It is neat that the tiny leaves drop and form a self-made mulch
at the base of the tree
No gathering necessary!
|From Quail Run, in the park, our Suite is over there|
|Nice walk this morning on paved roads|
The only cactus I've come across in this area
|The quail is in the tree|
|And a closer look|
|This was taken at 7 am but with the sun's glare it looks dark|
|Inside, Clemson plays King of the Castle because I left the pillows|
on his bed and he wanted the sun
What a nut!
|This big guy flew over us a couple of times|
|We've seen this sailboat almost every day since we've arrived|
|And the lake is a different shade of blue again|
|They look after the park very well|
The Montana couple left this morning and the ranger was there within the hour
to rake every inch of the pea gravel and sand
|Just before supper, Bill and I walked down to the lake|
and fought the wind on our way back up the hill
|And this is pretty much how we spent our day|