Here is one of the sunrise pictures I get before heading out on my weekly fishing trip!
Next is the view yesterday of the Castle Rock Cut. There is nothing but a shoreline bump depicting what the cut looked like before the lake rose to a level equal to the shoreline. Originally the lake over topped this peninsula at the water level of 3622. Now it tops out at 3626. The reason for the difference is all the fill that was excavated from the cut is now piled on the top and smoothed out to resemble the native soil. The construction work was well done and I doubt many can see that it is fill dirt rather then naturally occurring rock and soil.