Today Monica and I came to the conclusion that laying in the sun next to the lake is the perfect balance of being outdoors and being lazy at the same time.
A beautiful after work walk on Artist’s point. The water was low enough for me to climb down the north cliff & cross over to the adjacent rocks.There were some huge, rounded chunks of ice that must have been washed up by some big waves. They reminded me of giant, smooth, white Lake Superior pebbles. The sun began to set and I was surrounded by the most lovely color from the belt of venus. I also found some signs of spring and noticed that most of the snow is finally gone from the rocks. I’ve got spring fever bad, especially after those three consecutive snowstorms we were just slammed with.
Just when you think spring is finally here & you can put away the shovel this happens.
A fierce wind & more waves to start off another little storm…
An absolutely breathtaking hike along the Devil Track River canyon during a snowstorm. With no visible trail and ice hiding under the snow we did plenty of slipping, climbing, & sliding. There’s nothing that compares to that dense, blanketed silence and pure, untouched beauty of a forest while it’s snowing.
More snow & waves. Pretty much sums up this whole past month.
A quick stop at Cascade in-between wave watching.
A pre-snowstorm windy & wavy day on Artist’s Point. The lake is angry.
I don’t think that I’ve ever seen color from the sunset behind the hills before.
Grey skies & wolf tracks on the beach.