|Beautiful Peaks of Otter (from the other side of the lake), 8/5/19|
Since I took so many pictures, I will divide them into TWO posts... Today is Part I... Hope you enjoy my wonderful birthday this year!!!!!
|Come and take a walk with me around Lake Abbott, 8/5/19|
|It's a great trail ---and is quite 'woodsy'!!!|
|I love seeing the REEDS growing along the lake's edge. Can you see them?|
|A closer view of the lodging at Peaks of Otter; There are 3 buildings total with rooms with a view of the lake on either 1st or 2nd floor. One can relax on their balconies ---or enjoy walking on the beautiful grounds.|
|Looking toward Abbott Lake from the lodge rooms|
|"Come on, Sweetheart... Let's WALK"....|
|No matter which side of the lake we were on, there were gorgeous views.|
|We didn't see any otters or herons in the water this time, but we did see this little deer (paying no attention to us).|
|I always love seeing reflections in the water.|
|George captured this Red-winged Blackbird (with a baby behind him), and I'm glad he got it (since my picture of them was blurry)... Thanks, Honey|
|I loved the reflections --as we looked back at the people relaxing and walking on the lakeside.|
|See the little cabin on the right? This was the first lodging for travelers in the 1830's. The cabin was called Polly Wood's Ordinary and was a small boarding house until the late 1850's. Wouldn't it be neat to stay in a cabin like this??????|
|We had a beautiful day to walk around the lake, enjoying the views and reflections. Our room this time was on second floor in Building 1 (to your far left)...|
|Each time we walked around the lake, we enjoyed seeing the clouds/sky/reflections. What a gorgeous place to walk! (The building to your far left is the actual lodge where we had dinner.)|
My son, Mark, is walking in the fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention on Oct. 5 in Knoxville, TN, in memory of his wife, Debbie. As most of you know, Mark lost his beloved wife, Debbie, to suicide caused by her Mental Illness in August of 2017. Please remember Mark in your prayers --and if anyone would like to donate to this worthy cause, please contact me and I'll send you information...Thank You so very much.
Have an awesome week.