This has been a full day, but then again we haven’t pushed ourselves too hard to see all this either. Fortunately it is all taken and enjoyed in just over 90 miles round trip, and that includes our next and last stop for the day, Summer Falls State Park. These spectacular falls are created by water from Banks Lake that ends up flowing over basalt rock and into the upper end of Billy Clapp Lake. Again, we were duly impressed and saddened at the same time. Impressed with the absolute beauty and saddened by the tragedy of 1979 when twin boys and a teenaged boy friend lost their lives by getting too close to the falls and were caught up in a whirlpool and were killed.