This week’s post is in celebration of National Park Week.
Last week I browsed through some old family photo albums. I discovered photographs taken by my mother and grandmother in the summer of 1940. The family vacationed in Oregon and ventured the remote drive to Crater Lake National Park.
My husband and I visited Crater Lake twice in 2016. One of my favorite places on the planet, because this placed played a pivotal role in the course of my own life.
The lake’s magnetism hasn’t changed much in the intervening 77 years unless you count the change-over from sepia to living color. However, nature changes it’s weather costume daily, sometime hourly.
Happy Earth Day everyone. Wherever you are on this lovely blue planet, enjoy.