|This one was even growing out of a a huge rock outcroping|
Here is one more picture from our June Lake stay that I forgot to post. These two glacial erratics weigh about 30 tons each and are precariously balanced at the edge of the road. Such an interesting place, we'd not leave if weather wasn't closing in.
Dave wanted to find a spot in Brown's Town Campground where he could point Beluga's nose either east or west, so the wind would hit us at our narrowest point. He also didn't want to park under any big trees, hoping to avoid any falling branches. Hmmmm. The only spot available in this campground for us is pointing north and under huge cottonwood trees. Ah well, perhaps the weathermen will be wrong, once again!
|this is the view from behind Beluga, overlooking a lovely small golf course and the snow dusted crests. note the dark clouds.|
|we sat outside this afternoon and were mesmerized by the rapidly changing cloud formations.|