But in the mean time I'll have to catch up on the photos I've taken and not yet posted. Today I'll post the last of the photos from Interstate Park. After the first hike, Jill and I went back to the camp site to get Gerald. We repeated the first hike walking in the opposite direction. We knew Gerald would want to see the potholes. Then we walked the Horizon Rock trail over to the ice age interpretive center.
There was an old CCC shelter along the trail.
Two grinders outside the ice age interpretive center.
A display of Native American artifacts....
The following map shows the current east coast shoreline.
The map below shows the shoreline during the last ice age. The ocean levels were much lower so the coastline was quite a bit different than it is today.
Jill spotted this vulture up in a tree. Even the vulture was hot. It seemed as if he was spreading his wings to try to cool off.