Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Views of Paradise

The steep bluffs quickly fall 300 feet (almost straight down) to the Delta land below. The bluffs are also filled with gravel. This is the Loess Hills formed thousands of years ago during the Ice Age. The bluff is also filled with many fresh water springs that wind down through the property and into the various creeks. The beds of the creeks are gravel and the water runs year round. Great for walking and exploring during the heat of the summer.
The old main road winds through the property fron west to east. It leaves the camp crosses the creek and eases between the cotton fields and the Indian Mound bluff.
It passes beside the lake and winds through the hills. Always a great 4-wheeler ride.

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