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Lake life

The lake is “falling”

At first glance, it looks like all the recent rains have Lake D’Arbonne on the rise. If you check the lake level gauge, you will even see that the lake is at 81.25, more than a foot high. It’s predicted to stay there for at least another week.

But at second glance, you see the lake is actually “falling”.  No kidding. That’s the advantage of living on the lake. You can take time for a second glance.

You see, Fall’s beauty is all around. Who needs to ride to the mountains to see the world around you “falling”. Reds. Yellows. Oranges. Browns. And yet, still a few shades of green. Now you get it.

You can see it right here in my back yard!




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