All the angles
I’ve been out to Beek’s Bight at Folsom Lake so many times that I figured I may as well share some of my photos from the past few years. So many of my visits seem to happen in the wintertime when the water level is low and more rocky points are exposed (if you’ve ever gone bass fishing, that will make sense). It can be a pretty long and convoluted hike to the waterline, and I’ve gotten lost more than once while wandering.
The mud can be treacherous, too. Hiking alone one day, the Big Guy decided to take a short cut across a soggy creek bed and wound up so deeply mired in the mud that for a few minutes he seriously thought he might never get out!
Of course, if you get tired of looking at the barren, rock-strewn landscape you can always hike up the hill and into the trees. The view from up above isn’t bad, even in the wintertime — which is probably why people like to build big, expensive houses overlooking the lake.