Sunrise is my favorite time of day. That is being said by a non-morning person who struggles to get up to witness it every time. Regardless, I never regret getting out to catch that morning light. I made sure to see the sunrise at least one time in every homestay we visited to see how the sun uniquely climbs into the sky from each location. This was one of my favorites. That treehouse on the left was our bedroom on this leg of the trip. Opening the doors to that morning light made it so easy to justify leaving the warm bed behind.
Call me weird or gloomy, but to me the real attraction was the atmospheric cemetery up the hill.
The tombstones are from another age. Some are falling apart, neglected by a family long since gone.
I was alone here between the stones and the moss...
At the entrance, there is an old tilted and crumbling house in which the cemetery's caretaker is living.
After one of the greatest sunsets I've ever witnessed, I was feeling optimistic about the next morning's sunrise... Well Magog Lake... you didn't disappoint! @scottyreichard, great idea to do the extra bit of hiking to get to this part of the lake - it was SO worth it!
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Raced the crowd to this tiny beach for a quiet minute. 🏝
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A sea of 🌲 on the Route of the Hiawatha. #VisitIdaho
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