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Just below the dam on the Missouri river in Yankton, the Chief White Crane Recreation area is a beautiful place to visit in every season of the year. In summers, small children build sand castles on the beach while kayakers and canoeists paddle the calm waters of Lake Yankton. In winter the bald eagles are abundant here. In autumn there is no prettier place for a drive, and each spring migratory waterfowl grace the area with their presence.

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lake, white, trees, autumn, travel, crane, tree, river, south, chief, sd, missouri, dakota, cottonwood, olson, dawne, yankton

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  • linaji
    linajiover 5 years ago

    WOW DAWNE!! Golden paradise.. what a walk it must have been.. Gorgeous!

  • Thank you.. it was only about a month ago but it feels like so much longer now that winter and snow have set in!

    – Dawne Olson

  • CraigsMom
    CraigsMomover 5 years ago

    Beautiful, Dawn. I would love to stroll down that lane.

  • Thank you… I do miss the golden days of autumn.. they go so fast!

    – Dawne Olson

  • tkrosevear
    tkrosevearover 5 years ago

    Beautiful shot and place Dawne ;) xoxox

  • Thank you! Its one of my favorite. Thanks for your visit!xx

    – Dawne Olson

  • Shell59
    Shell59over 5 years ago

    That is truly well composed and set up.. So pleasing
    a place to go & hang out at..
    -makes me want to go there!
    Good Show Dawne! ..;0)

  • Thanks

    – Dawne Olson

  • Raymond Kerr
    Raymond Kerrover 5 years ago

    Love this….nice work……..

  • Thank you … really appreciate that!

    – Dawne Olson

  • Joanne  Bradley
    Joanne Bradleyover 5 years ago

    What a beautiful area! Excellent capture on the angle, draws the eye in… Yep, it does seem like so long ago, now with the snow and cold weather….

  • Thank you Joanne… too bad autumn is such a short season isn’t it? :0) I hope you are staying warm and enjoy your holiday season! Dawne

    – Dawne Olson

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