Too much water!
We have been to Pipestone before, but never with this much water. It was pretty hard to check out the quarries as they had all turned into little ponds.
The streams and waterfalls were swollen to the brim and rushing with power.
Still there was plenty of beautiful Pipestone to see and play on that was not underwater and we enjoyed the park just as much as before, especially seeing its ‘wet’ personality. Mother Nature does her share of dressing the park differently in accordance to the seasons.
Renner: “Hummm, that sign wasn’t here last time was it?”
Mandy: “I don’t think it was a big water bowl last time…..”
Ruby: “Maybe we should just get back to the car and hit a Dairy Queen on the way home!”
Renner: “Sounds like a plan, let’s go!”
Mandy: “I’m right behind ya big brother.”
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11 thoughts on “Pipestone National Monument”
Congrats on your new site. Looks great.
I’m getting ready for the big move as well. It’s a lot of work.
Thank you..really informative!!
Marvelous captures and great reflections! I do love the waterfalls! How beautiful! Hope you have a grand weekend! Enjoy!
seems like an interesting place
Cool shots but the top one is like a work of art and it’s my favorite!
wow…that first shot just totally captured my attention…beautiful!
What a beautiful place, even with all the water! I have a whole list of places I’d like to visit if I ever get to your neck of the woods. The girls all said that they’re right behind Ruby, too! Dairy Queen is a favorite here!
That first shot is truly magnificent! The rest are great too, and the dialog had me smiling from ear to ear. I really need to head over to Pipestone haven’t been there in ages.
What a beautiful place. I enjoyed all of these fantastic shots.
Such a gorgeous place indeed! And your photos are superb! Thanks for taking us along! It does look like such fun! Hope you have a great week!
What a lovely place for a walk!