Today I decided to head on over to Swisher Lake Trail. On the way over I could reisit taking a photo of this hayrake. I was intrigued by the color and design. Funny how something as mundane as a piece of farm equipment can present you with such pleasant eye candy.
It's amazing to me how all the water has so completely changed the landscape. I drove right by Carpenter Lake and didn't even realize I had. I didn't recognize the turn because everything looked so different with all the vegetation growth.
I sure didin't miss Sophie Lake. The lake is so high it touches the road. Normally, it's about 75 feet to the water.
|Sophie Lake, Montana|
The water was so high the picnic tables were pretty much underwater.
|Sophie Lake Picnic Area|
Without further adieu I am just going to throw up some photos of some of the things that I saw.
|Lake Koocanusa looking north into British Columbia|
|Looking west across Lake Koocanusa at the West Kootenai and Robinson Mountain, Monatana|
|Some of the driftwood that has washed ashore.|