Last Day at FDR State Park
This is my favorite photo of our Aliner here at FDR State Park
The campground emptied out this morning. Now our little Aliner is among the small handful of campers left.
It is absolutely glorious here. Quiet and serene, and achingly beautiful.
Ron and I went on a two hour walk around the campground and cabin areas this afternoon to check out the scenery. I’ll let the photos and captions tell the story.
Beautiful grounds on the cabin side of the lake
Cabin side of lake
Deserted tent campsite
Yet another shot of this beautiful campground
Love these hills!
Looking toward the campground from the cabin side of the lake.
Looking from the camping area toward the cabin area
A little scary trying to back the trailer in with deep ditches on each side of the road.
On the bottom is stonework done by the CCC in the 30's. On top of the original stonework are rocks enclosed in anchor chain fencing. I found it a very telling commentary on the difference in craftsmanship.
This was my favorite cabin. It's a lot smaller than most, and I found its appearance charming.
I remembered seeing steps from the cabin area to the camping area, but couldn't remember where they were. So after we gingerly descended this hill, leaning on our hiking poles for support, I looked up and there were the steps we had missed!
I'm including this photo just because I thought the tree roots undercut by the stream were cool.
Posted by Sharon on October 31, 2010