A Stormy Fall Day at Jack Lake


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Happy Thanksgiving Day

On a cool, crisp autumn morning I drove to Jack Lake a few miles east of Three Fingered Jack. The 7,841-foot mountain was buried in storm clouds with new snow visible at higher elevations.

I enjoyed exploring the area near the Lake. At times the wind died down enough to take photos of reflections in the Lake.

Jack Lake

Soon I spotted several mule deer who appeared to be finding the nearby browse tasty.

What a nice place to enjoy a wilderness setting.

Mule Deer

The summit of Three-fingered Jack peeking out of the clouds

Jack Lake

Jack Lake

Three-fingered Jack rising above Jack Lake on a much nicer day

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