Their are (normally) two roughly parallel, occasionally intersecting, trails along the lake. One for ATVs and one for non-motorized users.
Today the lake was more full than I have ever seen it.
Pretty cool if you ask me.
|Encountered this 100 yards down the trail. I went back to the truck for my rubber boots.|
|The view has improved since the trees that were there fell in the lake.|
|Tried to stick to the trail and avoid the abrupt edge that dropped into the lake.|
|Hub deep and then some at times.|
|Right before I turned around and took the high road.|
|Deep enough to make me double back.|
|As you might guess I opted for the ATV trail here.|
|I had to skirt around the new 'sea cliffs'.|
|There was also some of this to deal with after our recent windstorms.|
|I eventually had to step my game up a notch.|
|Booty I found floating in deepest water crossing.|
|Bow hunter fording the lake ahead of me.|
|Cargo bike portage. Photo courtesy of "the bow hunter."|
|Out bound ATVer.|
|I easily remained under the speed limit across this stretch.|