Unfortunately, I had only an hour in the park before sundown, but that hour didn't disappoint.
Upon entering, and paying the small fee, I was told, "You'll see plenty of deer!"
No kidding! Within five minutes, there was a doe and her baby, out for dinner. Doesn't hurt when they didn't seem to mind my camera, and in fact, seemed to smile for me!
Immediately across the road, dinner was also being served for an armadillo, once three inquisitive young boys took off on their bicycles. (Gotta give kudos to the parents, who have taught these boys to be quiet when they see wildlife. In fact, they tiptoed behind me to see I was shooting deer, and simply whispered to each other until they ran off.)
There are areas where Mother Nature could use some help from man, and I pray these areas rebound quickly.
Continuing around the drive, I only wished I had arrived sooner, to allow more than an hour before sunset. Sunset over the water was gorgeous, with the various colors enhanced by the glow. Gorgeous.
The cabins look nice, and I may just have to rent one on my next holiday to the area.
Overall, it was an extremely pleasant visit, even if too short.
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