During my summer at ULBC Camp, this scene was the halfway point around the lake. It was a view I saw every day as whatever group I had went on a hike around the lake before breakfast. This particular location was always damp under our feet and our tennis shoes soles got a good cleaning.
I think that of the two forested sides of the lake, I preferred the side to the right as the trail separated into a high and low trail. However, I always began the hike on the forested side to the left. Taking that daily hike helped out a great deal for our times of playing Hound and The Hare with the kids as I always searched for great hiding places on those hikes.
Not a bad view of te waterfront, eh?