Bigfoot Late June

Sometime in mid to late June, I found out I could safely cross Leola Creek on dry rocks at a place tentatively called “Port Leola” (Porter?), which is within the safe zone mentioned or defined in an earlier post. LINK

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Below is pictured a new spot on the same creek, about a 100 feet or so upstream from the safe zone/Port Leola. Unnamed as yet, it’s an amazing cluster of higher rocks with its own internal topography, including peaks, pools, islands, waterfalls, and gorges.

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The meat of the rock cluster, with a small falls toward the bottom.

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Graffiti at a nearby bridge over Leola Creek. This is Leola Creek Road.

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Underneath the bridge.

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It was only a short walk up Leola Creek Road to Hand Lake. The Finger is still present on the large island of the lake.

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Looks like someone has moved in some larger rocks for unknown reasons.

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Small blue flower on the island, possibly a variety of bluet.

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I end this post with a couple of pictures snapped at the Plateau of Raw Art, once more.

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