That was my second trip to the lake that morning. The first time, the sun was hidden behind a steel gray sky ...
Created in 1950 on the northern edge of the campus, the 30-acre lake was named for the majestic symbol of the University, the American Bald Eagle.
Whether reflecting the cloud-dotted blue sky of September ...
Created in 1950 with the impoundment of Evans Branch on the northern edge of the campus, this pristine, 30-acre lake was named for the majestic symbol of the University, the American Bald Eagle. Except for a small portion at the north end where Evans Branch empties into the lake, the shoreline property is owned by the University. - See more at: http://www.moreheadstate.edu/content_template.aspx?id=6707#sthash.bXlZKJis.dpuf Whether reflecting the August sky ...
Eagle Lake is part of the Daniel Boone National Forest. The Eagle Lake Trail starts on the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail, but the majority of the trail is owned by MSU. So far, our visits to Morehead have not been conducive to hiking the trail. The first time, we were moving Brent from South Carolina to Kentucky, and our exercise was carrying boxes from the moving truck into the house and unloading them. During our other two trips to Morehead (the most recent during Thanksgiving week), we have brought unseasonably cold weather and snow.
So, I will have to be happy with another cold-weather view. And I am.
Earth and sky, woods and fields,
lakes and rivers,
the mountains and the sea,
are excellent schoolmasters.