Another amazing geologic formation in my area.
I made a slide show a while back but it was a cloudy day with smoke from forest fires clouding the air so didn't get great pics.
This guy got some nice vid.
No, it is not me ;o)
I believe it is the deepest lake in North America.
Created in the caldera of an ancient volcano that spread ash and debris for thousands of miles.
Most winters it is completely snowed in and you can't get there.
You can drive around the entire lake but there are only one or two access points.
Most of it is a few hundred feet straight down.
OK, maybe 70 degrees but that is close enough to straight down if you fall.
Truly an amazing sight.
Pictures and videos cannot do it justice.
You really have to see it first hand.
Don't miss the spires at the end of the lake circle.
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