A campground resort closed for the season. I imagine it being a hundred years ago. Wouldn’t be closed then. It would be alive and lived in, fire wood piling up in preparation for the coming winter cold. After all, it’s over 7800 feet in elevation at Lundy Lake on the eastern side of the Sierra mountains in California and nights were cold in mid October. There in the fall, I was seeking out the colors of the season when I happened across the closed camping resort. I stayed a while to soak up the beauty and quiet ambiance.
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