Again it was peaceful and beautiful. I really could get lost in the sound of the water and the quiet of the world.
We ate a picnic lunch and climbed on the rocks. Then, I built a bigger, better inukshuk. The other one had already been dismantled.
Here he is:
Can you see the face?
I really wanted a Sharpie to add some details.
So, how did these hugenormous rocks get here? Were they uncovered by the river or were they pushed up from below? And the time it took to smooth them into the shapes that made my inukshuk. If you notice from the last post almost all the leaves are gone.
So much balancing...one on another.
Stevie found this rock with ferns and sea shells....
adds to the interest of the whole rock thingy.
Looking back on the walk out.
Through the branches.
Way down there!
And this is witch hazel. Stevie just taught me about witch hazel. It blooms two times each year, spring and fall. Wonder where it got such an interesting name? Isn't it used in home remedies? For something? Is it and essential oil, Rachel?
Tomorrow I have some pictures of Whimsical Woolies to show you! Oh, yeah.