Beaver River 001
I stopped at the Beaver River.
Beaver River 002
It wasn’t quite as impressive as the Gooseberry but I still stood in awe at the power of all that water.
Blue Flags 001
The same rains that have swollen the North Shore rivers have produced some pretty nice flowers. The wild blue flags are covering many of the wet marshes this year.
Blue Flag 002
Gooseberry River 002
The spray from the torrents of water crashing over the falls soaked the trees and anyone that stood on the overlooks.
Gooseberry River 003
At flood stage, the North Shore rivers are amazing. The ground seems to shake as thousands of gallons of water crash over the falls.
Gooseberry River 001
Several days of rain have made the North Shore rivers pretty impressive. On Thursday I stopped at the Gooseberry River.
Gooseberry River 004
Before I retired, many people asked me how many gallons per minute came down the Gooseberry River. There is no gauge monitoring the flow, so the answer is unknown.
The lupines liked the cold damp spring and are at their peak along the North Shore.