Winter on Hume Lake (Part 2)

9 01 2008

A heavy snow fell the day before we arrived at Hume, and each night the skies added a dusting of snow so light and powdery that it just piled up on top of everything.


The day of our walk, temperatures hovered right around the freezing mark, sometimes allowing for just enough melt to make things wet. 
And while most of the wildlife found warm dens and nests in which to sleep, the perennial Steller’s jay defended his territory high up in a Ponderosa.




One response

29 06 2009

To this day the memories of hume lake are thought of. Growing up my family went every summer for two weeks until my dad passed away. I will one day be able to come back and enjoy the christian fellowship and recreation. I am glad that there is a fun place like this and i am missing it every summer

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