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Lake Minatare State Park, Nebraska





It was a gorgeous state park, we camped out there after our visit to Scotts Bluff National Monument. "Lake Minatare State Park, Nebraska".


Check out this video of the state park. Please enjoy!!! Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hi Beth, I love the lighthouse and the pretty view of the lake and sky! Awesome shots. Have a happy Thursday!
What an unusual lighthouse, love it!
Sandi said…
Imagine being a lighthouse keeper. It has a vertain appeal!

Love these shots, Lizard Breath. Mostly, I like typing out Lizard Breath.
TexWisGirl said…
so beautiful!
William Kendall said…
The tower's a real beauty!
Ruth Hiebert said…
It looks like a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the scenery.
Stephanie said…
Beautiful lighthouse.
eileeninmd said…
Good morning, Beth! You always seem to find the prettiest spots. I love the lkae and the lighthouse! Awesome photos.
Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
Rose said…
That last shot is wonderful!
A very interesting light house! xx
Michelle said…
Very serene photos!
Linda said…
That's pretty! Love the first shot especially.
Marie C said…
Another gorgeous place! What beautiful photos and video. I was confused about the lighthouse being on an inland lake, but I don't think it is a lighthouse. It is shaped like one, but appears to be some kind of lookout tower. Would love to know more. OK, my hubby says it might be a lighthouse used for navigation purposes.

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