This being the last day of the "big" weekend the campers are leaving in droves. We are almost all alone here, but this place was packed.
I mentioned yesterday that this state park is old. The rock buildings were constructed by the CCC's in the 1930's.
Today we stayed in the park and did some cleaning, well a little cleaning anyway. It really rained on us last night so we are in a mud puddle again. It was beginning to dry up some, but not so much now. It is threatening to rain on us any time now, but it is warm. Rog said it reminds him of Florida, hot and oh so humid.
We decided since the St Lawrence River is here we needed to take the kayaks out. It was really calm and hardly any current so we had a great couple of hours of paddling. We sat in our kayaks and gazed across the river at Canada, not that far away.
The Saint Lawrence River or St. Lawrence River is a large river connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean. The river traverses the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario and forms part of the international boundary between Ontario and New York in the United States. You can see Canada in the distance in this pic.
I love the rock layers and no uplifting happened in this part of the world.
The trees are just growing out of the rock cliffs at the water's edge.
this layering is right at the water's edge.
The layering is thick and then so very thin and so very fragile.