Monday, June 9, 2008
5: Jay Cooke State Park
Thanks for sticking through to the end. If I were to list my faults, I think "inability to moderate" would be at the very top. I'd be a terrible gambler, always going "all in." I'll bake you a cake, if you really really looked at all of the photographs--how's that? (94 of them, if I counted right... put a note in the comments as to which one was your favorite, and I'll do a random drawing... the winner will receive a set of Alaska postcards! You'll also be helping me out... I'm thinking about another postcard set. Camping? The woods? Not sure what the theme will be!)
See other photo series (which are much more brief than this; I had a thousand photos to wade through) :: Frontenac :: Hay Creek II :: Barn Bluff :: Afton State Park :: Hay Creek :: Como Conservatory :: Everyday :: Hibernation Meditation ::
See the rest of the Jay Cooke camping pictures here. It was a beautiful camping experience, and though I promised myself to visit all seventy-ish Minnesota state parks (before I die), I definitely hope to return to this one. With something like fifty miles of trails, there is plenty more to explore. Let's just leave the ticks out of this one, OK?
PS: Oh, and no cropping, no Photoshop. I'm not clever enough to fancy it up like that. I plan to learn how. Someday.