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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Terwilliger (Cougar) Hot Springs with the Top Pool Closed:

 The island was high ...




The lagoon was low ...



The path was gentle ...



The scenery was gorgeous ...



The tree spirits were stuck ...


Some attachments were growing ...



The cathedral was open ...



The Borrowers were peeking ...



The Dark Man was watching ...
 


... and the Cougar was protecting.



The top pool was closed (due to current danger and instability, after a boulder fell into it earlier this year and almost hit a girl!) ...



 The other pools were open, and the water was clear and hot ...









The facilities were handy ...





and the walk back out was as beautiful as the walk in...








Bring $6.00 per person to gain your entrance to this spiritual spot, and soak up the beauty.  

Work will begin soon to fix the top pool so that it can be used again.

Hugs,

Kathy M.


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5 comments:

Terra said...

You captured a lot of beauty on your walk. It looked like you were the only visitors. Did you go in the hot pools?

Connie said...

Kathy, your photos are beautiful and that place . . .oh my goodness, right! I have never been to a natural hot springs . . . it must be wonderful sitting there among the trees. Thanks for sharing :)
Connie

Linda Reeder said...

I have never soaked in a hot springs, although I have visited several. Looks like a lovely place.

Tammy said...

Beautiful, beautiful pictures! They look spiritual, even.

Sally said...

Beautiful photographs, what a lovely piece of nature.

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