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N 24 B 242 C 1 E Oct 23, 2014 F Oct 23, 2014
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This is a view I never grow tired of. There is a delicate and deeply rewarding art to returning to the same place time and again to see just how many different versions of it you can find.

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N 6 B 86 C 5 E Feb 12, 2014 F Oct 23, 2014
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N 5 B 166 C 5 E Oct 11, 2014 F Oct 23, 2014
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Located off County Road Y in the Town of Plover east of Wausau, Wisconsin, this is one of the special jewels in the Marathon County park system. The Dells of the Eau Claire Park surrounds fantastic geological features created by the Eau Claire River that bisects this 190-acre park.. Ancient volcanic rock palisades and potholes carved in the rock by the falling water create a unique place at the dells and gorge. A dam upstream creates an impoundment, which provides for a swimming beach. With 27 campsites and the adjacent Ice Age Trail, this park offers visitors a number of nature trails right on the banks of the Eau Claire River along with spectacular waterfalls and rapids.

A cool way to view mine or anyone else's photostream is on fluidr.

Tags:   fall autumn color leaves trees sky nature trails marathon county county road y town of plover eau claire dells dells of the eau claire park eau claire river ice age trail hogarty wisconsin Geo-Tagged OMOT

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Time to leave Blue Lake. We crossed the outlet stream, stopping to take a couple photos of an old cabin, first. The cabin's roof is gone (likely the source of many a campfires over the years), and it doesn't appear that it ever had anything more than a compacted dirt floor. I couldn't find anything on the history of the cabin but it was likely built and used by a trapper (trapping marten was popular in the Cascade Mountains many years ago), miner, fisherman, or hunter. It doesn't appear to have been built to USFS specifications - - but....who knows?

I snapped a few more tamarack pine (larch) photos and then one last lphoto across the valley, through the larch, of Cutthroat Peak - - and we were on our way down the trail and I brisk steady pace, to our pickup.

Tags:   blue Lake hike North Cascades Mountains Washington Pass Rainy Pass Cutthroat Peak old cabins in the forest Early Winter Spires pickup truck camping hiking


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