We just got back from a short camping trip to Salt Springs. This natural spring rising from vertical fissures from deep within the earth. The spring pumps out 52 million gallons of fresh water every day and is a constant 72 degrees. This presence of potassium, magnesium and sodium salts give the waters in the spring a slight salinity. Thus the name “Salt Springs.”
This is the head spring and it flows into the lake it created
We were fortunate enough to find an Osprey nest, we heard the chicks but could not see them.
Naturally, the area is home to squirrels. I just love these rodents, they are so comical to watch.
Nothing is nicer than the morning moon