Wed 28 Jul 2010
Written by Jeff
Follow Jeff on Twitter for daily garden tips and news!
In the first part of this article which you can read here, I addressed the many special views of the granite dells to be found just outside of Prescott, Arizona. Today I am going to show you a few more interesting sights and I hope this tempts you to visit the area on vacation or if you are local, on a day trip!
Without further ado, here are some more pictures:
The lake looked very cool and inviting especially since the temperatures were near 100.
There were many people taking advantage of the park’s offerings including picnicking and boating
These canoes were anxiously awaiting their turn to get back out on the lake!
Wonderful views abound around almost every nook and cranny the lake has to offer!
Another beautiful scene!
The boulders jutting from the lake’s waters look like ancient monoliths!
Some scenes had layers and layers of rocks in varying bands around the lake.
Take a ride outside of the park along nearby roads to see some interesting homes built among the dells!
I couldn’t resist taking this picture of wild yellow columbine growing alongside the road!
Gardening on the Moon, www.gardeningonthemoon.com, originally published this post