Thursday, May 19, 2011

Through the Gap

Entrance to my sister's Day Camp
photo taken from inside the camp
Eureka, Missouri

I am linking this post to Alphabe Thursday. The theme this week is the letter "E". I have chosen the limestone entrance to my sisters day camp.

Jenny Matlock
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  1. It must give a real sense of 'arrival' coming through here.


  2. Looks like a pretty nice camp!


  3. I love your photos! It was really nice to see pictures from so many places I have visited too.

  4. Nice take on E - like both the Entrance and the Eureka!

  5. Great photo! I wonder when that road was carved out of the rock.

  6. Great ‘E’ post! So pretty!


    Btw Alphabe-Thursday

  7. What a strange name for a camp Eureka !

  8. Great pic!

    Look like a lovely place to spend a day...

  9. I always have loved roads cut through the natural rock formations. This one looks so cool. Thanks Rita!

  10. This is a beautiful place and perfect for my sister's day camp. It has lots of wooded areas, open spaces and even a lovely creek with clear water and a shallow sandy bottom for splashing in. The day camp is for elementary age children. My sister teaches horse back riding, and has swimming, nature hikes and other fun outdoor activities.

  11. What a charming entrance. This looks like an amazing place for children of all ages.

    I really wish it was close enough to put our two oldest Grands in.

    Thanks for an enchanting stop on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's letter "E".



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