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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Hot Sunday afternoon at the Lake



Dan and granddaughters #1 & #2.  I have to admit that the water was too brisk for me - I only got in as far as my ankles.


It's a beautiful setting even if you don't swim.


 

12 comments:

David M. Gascoigne, said...

I'm with you, Marcia. These northern lakes are a little cold for swimming, although I had a friend years ago who swam almost daily in a lakr in central Ontario and didn't enjoy it all when he swam in the ocean in Florida.

Tom said...

...this scene could be found in the Adirondacks too!

Fun60 said...

Beautiful but a bit too cold for me.

Annsterw said...

Wow!! What a lovely lake! Where exactly is that?? Hugs

Barbara R. said...

I've done it before, but probably would have to be terribly hot to do a swim there again!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Looks like a good place to cool off on a hot weekend.

Faith said...

looks wonderful

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

What a great way to have this beautiful lake to cool down in on a hot and sunny day even you did only get your ankles in the water. A magnificent shot of the waterfall. I have had to come to the I.O.W. again as my daughter needed the risky operation after the bad car crash and went through it on Monday so I am here to help as she can do nothing and is is terrible pain. It will be a long road to recovery so I will try and continue to make daily posts however my time to comment is VERY limited. I. thank you for any comments you leave

Anvilcloud said...

It does look like a very good spot. It was very hot here too on that day.

Cynthia said...

Oh, gosh, that makes me long for icy cold lake swimming! No alligators to worry about either!

Vicki Lane said...

So beautiful! Just an idyllic summer day.

Kay said...

That is very beautiful but it would have to be a 100 degrees before I'd step into a cold late. I'm gutless.