Saturday, May 20
Armed Forces Day
Spent the day just relaxing and listening to an audio book centered on the experiences of a young Royal Navy officer who commands a small Minesweeper Flotilla out of Capetown, South Africa in the early months of 1941 after a traumatic experience while serving on a Destroyer while evacuating troops at Dunkirk.
The Colors flew, of course, at camp:
It was a hot day!
Sunday, May 21
A cooler day today, even felt a bit of chilly wind at times! Still, pretty good weather overall.
Made a grocery run to the nearby town of Cheney, WA to give Scarlett, my 2014 Ural Patrol, some exercise.
Once back at camp, it was more rest and relaxation while listening to a new audio book. It's OK, about yet another Vatican Conspiracy a la The Da Vinci Code.
After 5PM, the sun still pretty high in the sky, I decided to check out the 1.3 mile trail to the north end of Hog Lake. You can get some nice views of this narrow lake, but I got a nice surprise when I spotted waterfalls!
Nice to see green in your photos. That waterfall could provide some great photos at the right time of day. Have you done much with time exposures? Have a tripod?
CCjon, yes to both your questions. I'm going to have to get much closer to the falls though. Cold and windy this morning....
Nice sunset photos. And the area looks great.
Thanks RichardM, it's not bad.
Spectacular sunset, Dom. Love the colours. Cheers, SonjaM
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