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Resting on the trail out from Piney Creek Wilderness
It was hot and record temperatures were predicted. So, after filtering enough water to last us our hike back to the trailhead I decided that I’d lie in the creek a while and get soaked before we started climbing the 600+ feet out of the wilderness.
Sunshine on Table Rock lake from Piney Creek Wilderness.
I spotted this dandelion and it reminded me of a picture I took of my son Robert while on vacation in Scotland over twenty years ago.
Eager to find a new sort of ground to cover, we turned our attention to the St. Francois Mountain area, and Bell Mountain in particular for our Spring Break trip. [22 pictures]
Photographing paintings and prints sounds like it should be simple. In fact it is a specialized area, requiring skill and patience
Katie and Lanie in all their Bishop’s Ball finery.
Lanie in her Bishop’s Ball finery
Katie in her Bishop’s Ball finery
Gary taking advantage of having the garage studio set up.
A 6.6 mile hike with 800′ of elevation climbed on Busiek’s White and Orange trails.
On the last lap of a three day backpacking trip into the Piney Creek Wilderness.