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Monday, May 13 to Sunday, May 19, 2013: high 70, low 40

Cousin John and I flew over Wingsprings Friday morning to take some pictures. The one above shows the relationship between the house and the wicoti, or camp, in the south draw. From right to left, the “house” consists of the garage, library, main house (with the lighter colored roof), south porch, deck/patio, cabins, and bathhouse. On the far left side of the photo, you can see the six wooden platforms for the wicoti lodges.

The picture above is looking southeasterly, whereas the picture below is looking northwesterly. In the foreground of the bottom one are the springs (they flow left to right, or south to north), and in the middle ground is Bear In The Lodge Creek (it flows left to right across the image).

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