|Leaving Goose Pond the machine|
was being used to break up the large lily pads.
No courtesy car available. Enjoyed dinner on the boat.
|At mile 359 Guntersville is barely visible|
off to the port side. Notice the water
is a little rough from wind action.
|Only barge seen today. It appeared to be|
turning toward Guntersville.
|At mile 349.8 is a cave at water level.|
This is a home of the federally
endangered gray bat. At dusk thousands
of bats fly from the cave in search
|Black Vultures not far from the bat cave.|
|Entering Guntersville Lock at mile 349.|
Gate was open and it did not take long
to tie off and get lowered 40 ft.
|Painted Bluff is located at mile 345. |
This is the abrupt end of Merrill Mtn.
This 359 ft bluff gets its name from the
yellow and brown rock.
|Quite a number of ducks make Ditto Landing|
their home. They enjoyed a few crackers.
|Sun setting at the well protected marina.|
|Another look at the ducks on the quiet water.|
|Ducks & Dream Manor|