Sunday, 6 March 2016

Brown County State Park...

Candace and I drove through Brown County State Park and Yellowwood State Forest on our way back home. Brown County State Park is Indiana's largest state park and the scenery resembles the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. There is also a really tall fire tower perched atop the highest ridge in southern Indiana. Candace climbed all the way to the top!

 One of the entrances to Brown County State Park.
 The North Lookout tower in the State Park.
 Looking down at Candace below.
 View over the rolling hills, ridges and valleys.
 Prevent forest fires!
 The 1930s-era fire tower.
 Information sign.
 View looking down towards me.
 View over the trees.
 More rolling hills in the distance.
 Driving to Yellowwood State Forest we drove past this sad-looking bridge.
 It's just a frame now.
 Yellowwood State Forest.
 Yellowwood Lake.
 Canada Geese on the lake.
 Driving home we saw this cool cloud - somewhat reminiscent of a tornado!

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