When we first arrived at Fall Creek Reservoir it looked rather calm and secluded ...
Even with the music the place was beautiful and, when the music was gone, very quiet still.
I liked the shadows on this rock and it's unusual shape and texture.
This was the last day the recreation area would be open and the lake was low as you can see in this picture of the dock.
... and the regular entrance to the pier had a closed sign.
When I stopped to take this picture a nice lady pulled alongside wondering if we needed help finding anything since "not many people live up here." I told her I was taking a picture of the cornstalk on the mailbox and she laughed and said it was an interesting sight and then drove on.
I have no earthly idea what Sky Camp is, not even a heavenly hint. I did get a comment that explains a little of the history of Sky Camp as a Native American camp for kids.
... at a beautifully graceful curve in Fall Creek.
No Scrabble we are watching the National Parks film by Ken Burns on PBS.
Quote of the Day ~
"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world." ~ John Muir