Sunday, June 10, 2007
Photoblogging from Quartz Mountain in Western Oklahoma
Who says Oklahoma is flat? Here's proof that the Sooner State has actual rocky mountains. This is one of the Twin Peaks that rise above Lake Altus at the Quartz Mountain Nature Park, about 250 miles southwest of Tulsa.
A view of the long footbridge at Quartz Mountain Nature Park in southwestern Oklahoma. The bridge leads from the Quartz Mountain Lodge to the Twin Peaks Performance Hall, which can be seen across the cove. Thanks to recent rains, Lake Altus is full this year.