It’s hard to leave this peaceful, beautiful spot. But, adventure calls. The woodpile and fire pit are ready for summer evening programs.
A couple of Mallards have made Cherokee Landing home. They don’t mingle with the bigger geese, we notice.
From the bridge I saw underwater movement. A whole school of fish were under me and a couple shots turned out.
The ranger told me there is bass, sunfish and catfish, maybe more types of fish in the lake. All good eating and bass a real challenge for fishermen.
The dogwood are almost finished blooming, here. This branch survived the hard rains.
Beautiful new growth on a type of oak is drenched with raindrops. (enlarge by clicking on photo).
If you find yourself traveling near Saulsbury, Cherokee Landing is a pleasant stop at any time of year.