The rock spires of this park, located in central Oregon's high desert, rise above the Crooked River and is where Renee and Susan would fish today. Renee biked with me from their house to the Park, met up with Susan for fly fishing, and I rode on to make a nice loop ride for my day.
Smith Rock State Park is an internationally known rock climbing haven with hundreds of routes to choose from. Millions of years ago this area was a major center of volcanic activity. As with trying to get great photos of the Grand Canyon can never do it justice, so it is with this park and it's "Geologic Wonderland". But here are some anyway ;'-)
I couldn't pass up some "yard art".
Yesterday Susan was disappointed that she caught no fish and was beginning to think her fishing skills were deteriorating. Today she caught four, and has redeemed herself with herself. Everyone had a great day and we enjoyed dinner that Renee and Tim had prepared for us as part of this outing weekend.