That's awesome! Took some dedication to get your kayak here over land. Some nice shots! I'll bet you're among the first to kayak some of these areas!
Babyluv do you remember me . I came to Warner bay many of years and took care of the camp so your Mom Marcy and Bud could take a vacation. The monkey I have is still alive and doing well here in Mexico . Contact me if you read this . I would like to know how your Mom is doing and Bud also . Dave Warner firstname.lastname@example.org
Sweet, enchanting! LIKE :)
Best wishes from Oregon, US,
Thank you for the tip--the world needs to know. Please ignore comments like the one above. Too rude to read!
This photo is great! I have viewed it many times, and this whole area is fascinating to me, especially the "Island" that is only connected by a tiny swath that has a stream running through it. A very unique geographic anomaly. Salt water on one side, and Fresh water on the other, and a small river that connects the two, and completely untouched by development or logging. I was horrified to see that apparently this island has been clear-cut by loggers in the last year. I so wanted to see its beauty with my own eyes. This photo will have to do. Thanks for capturing it Cyberhun.
That's a healthy looking buck :)
Great photos Cyberhun.
Love the shots in and around this area. Thanks so much for posting
This area looks spectacular! Thanks for sharing the photos! I Need to try to take my boat up there some day.