The winding road to Cherry Lake extends about thirty miles through the mountains, crosses over a wide river, continues past an eerie power station, and finally ends at the large, man-made resevoir created by a massive dam. On the steep, rocky backside of the dam, a jagged and ominous valley drops several hundred feet below, carved out by the release water which was only lightly cascading down that day. After a couple hours of deep descension, shooting, and thorough exploration, I realized how dangerous and deadly the valley would be if more water was released, and with that, I alerted my friend and we quickly climbed out to the safety at the top of the dam.
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