Just want to share a few pictures Linda and I took driving through Burney Falls State Park and out Clark Creek Road.
After visiting the Intermountain Teen Center for their “Bring a Friend Barbecue,” Linda and I decided to go on a short photo-shoot.
Because there was construction between Burney and Johnson Park, we headed up Black Ranch Road.
We turned on Clark Creek Road and drove at a slow pace through the park, pulling over to let speeding vehicles pass. Then we stopped for awhile by the dam. Because we have had a lot of rain, everything is lush. It’s flowering time and the lilacs by the lake were in bloom.
This oak tree had some interesting growths.
We drove up to four corners and headed down to the Old Ferry Crossing.
There were some interesting tracks in the mud.
We sat in silence for five minutes. A butterfly was flitting across the beach.
The wild roses were in bloom.
We continued up Clark’s Creek Road to 89. On the way we saw five deer.
Then we headed back to Burney. The construction was done. The road was clear. A refreshing drive. Some might say, “Nothing special,”
But I think that in this beautiful area, everything is special.