today’s feature is a continuation of our wintery day adventure with the clydesdale horses. we ended it with a small hike in a chilly blustery late day under amazing skies, and crazy laccolith stone architecture. it’s an amazing geological tour to a very cool, and very unusual place, known as montana’s very own niagara falls ~ lost lake. there is a short, well-written article about it ~ click here.
i’ve been here several times, and each time i’m awestruck by the grandeur and sheer rock formations. it’s quiet… and lonely with the wind roaring in your ears… and the sandy “beach” is rather unusual to me; coarse pebbly rock material with a generous dose of green lichen.
|Patricia, Joseph and David pose for me in the rocks that rim this hidden “lost lake.”|
lost lake sits on private land, and is well preserved… no hint of litter or trash of any kind. just pure unadulterated awesome.
|the highwood mountains in the distance, a spectacular view of ancient, blue, and quiet.|