Thursday, October 10, 2013

From Peak to Creek


The movement of water through the mountains is dramatically visible standing at the trailhead for Little Rock Creek: snowy peaks tower over a green, mossy drainage, leading to the empty shores of Lake Como.


Lake Como is a large reservoir used primarily for irrigation.  I swam in 30 or 40 feet deep water in early summer.


Fall rains and snows are refilling alpine lakes and streams.  I bet the waterfall (above) on Little Rock Creek was a trickle about a month ago.




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