Buck Hollow in the evening light. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two.
Sunset at Piney Creek Wilderness. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 2 pictures
Camp life – Relaxing in Piney Creek Wilderness – I put my wet shirt and a pair of shorts on for this picture. They came off as soon as I’d taken it. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 5 pictures
Storm clearing – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day One.
Camped by ‘Cab Creek’ – Day Two, Hercules Glades, Pees Hollow Trail.
In the woods – It is a nothing picture. You need to be there, listening to the birds, hearing and feeling the breeze, smelling the woodsy smells, and enjoying the warm sunshine on your skin.
Gary taking in the view (and enjoying a beer) – Table Rock Lake at Piney Creek Wilderness. I wasn’t going to let the weight stop me, I carried in a beer to enjoy down by the lake. Piney Creek – Day One.
Table Rock Lake at Piney Creek Wilderness – this is my little spot of Ozarks’ heaven. Piney Creek – Day One.
Small falls on ‘Cab Creek’ – After 3-4 hours of rain last night ‘Cab Creek’ was running well. 3 pictures
Ginger’s studio at night.
Ozarks Horizon. Bell Mountain – Day Two..
Bell Mountain. View to the east. Bell Mountain – Day One.
Sunset at the North Fork River. 2 pictures
Sunset and ripples – Sunset at the North Fork River.
Hiking (bushwhacking) the western end of the Mary Hollow Trail. 7 pictures
Sycamores in Mary Hollow – Having finished lunch, I packed up and hiked the last part of the McGarr Spring Trail back to Mary Hollow. Emerging into Mary Hollow these brightly lit sycamore trees caught my eye.
Contemplating – nothing of great import, and I don’t think I wrote more than half a dozen words. 2 pictures
Decay – Leaves, shells and a stick covered with frost, and some monofilament fishing line leading to an unseen dead bird in the water.
Frosty Morning – The predicted overnight temperatures were 30°F. It dropped to 21°F. Fortunately, I’d anticipated this and I was nice and warm in my hammock.