After spotting the Bald Eagle, see previous post, we continued south to show our guest the beautiful trail head at Cataract Trail.
Along the way we passed the remains of the old mining town of Sherman. Sherman was founded in about 1880 and eventually grew to around 300 inhabitants. Above are the remains of what was the Black Wonder Mill.
The town died due to not only the devaluation of silver but because of a devastating flood. Amazing that the stone foundation has stood the test of time.
On our way home we passed the lake again where we spotted the eagle, and there was a young bull moose having lunch. Nice day.