My campsite this evening was at Ives Run, the US Army Corp of Engineers site at the Tioga-Hammond Lakes project. Like Raystown, where I stayed a week before, Tioga-Hammond is a flood control dam that as a side benefit created a great recreation area.

My request for a non-electric site put me in a far loop of the campground, and by luck my campsite was isolated from the RVs and campers. I saw them, and in one case came onto their site, during my mile long walk through the campground. The sun was low in the sky, and the reflections on the lake were amazing. I took photo after photo. There’s little to be said about my night in the tent, or how else I spent the evening, so this is a short post with the photographs talking.