At sunset was a good time to visit. The snow was all around, obvious trails of sledding were left over's of the day's fun that had been had by younger visitors. It was quiet, the fishermen were packing up their poles and catches (big trout). And the birds were settling in for the night. Many Canada gees and one lone white pelican. The spring is home to a pair of otters who were swimming around and making a small show for the spectators.
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