Monday, July 20, 2009

Park Reservoir





Big Horn Mountain Country in Wyoming has been a part of my world for over 20 years. As I mentioned earlier, it's been much longer than that for my husband and his family. It isn't as famous as Yellowstone but it is just as scenic, filled with forests and meadows, wild animals and lots of fish. We camp at Park Reservoir because it's central to a lot of places we like to visit and has lots of space for all of our gear. The reservoir was very full this year due to all the spring and early summer rains. We were lucky to have mild weather for most of the trip.

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11 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

It is wonderful to have such a wonderful family tradition, Loran. That lake is gorgeous. Can't wait to see more photos from that area.
Hugs,
Betsy

Jo said...

Loran, your world at Big Horns is stunning and I LOVE that you've kept up the family tradition of the family camping together. Nurturing relationships is one of the most important things you can do, and this you have done. Thank you for sharing your world. (((Hugs))) Jo

Tess said...

Man, those clouds were really putting on a show. Such pretty pictures with the clouds reflected on the lake that way.

~Cheryl said...

Drove through WY a few days ago and enjoyed it. I liked the various cloud formations along the way -- you captured some nice ones!

P said...

Big Sky Country....nice photos

Barb said...

Beautiful camping spot! I love the reflections and the blue, blue sky.

Janie said...

Beautiful big skies over the water. You got some great reflections, too.
Hope you're adapting to real life okay. After two weeks, it must be a little strange to come back.

ewok1993 said...

thanks for showing us this lovely spot you call your world.

Elisabeth's bright side said...

Beautiful shots of the ake and the landsccape. The reflections in the water is great. Have nice week!

wncmountainliving said...

What a wonderful spot to visit. I have not been out that far west - thanks for sharing.

Tammie Lee said...

each and every image, stunning!