Friday, May 13, 2016

Uinta Mountain lake

The Uinta Mountains of northeastern Utah rise well above the tree line and appear rocky and barren. But down in the lower valleys they are heavily forested with many small lovely lakes. Summer is a beautiful time of year to visit, if you can avoid the mosquitos. Unfortunately, like many parts of the country, an extended drought has killed many trees through bark beetle infestations. But it is still an amazingly beautiful place to visit.

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