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Eau Claire Pics

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    • Eau Claire River
    • Downtown Eau ClaireEau Claire River along the bike trail
    • Eau Claire River
    • Phoenix Park – newer park in downtown where the Eau Claire and Chippewa rivers meet
    • Phoenix Park and the Chippewa RiverThe bridge is part of the trail system.
    • Confluence of the Eau Claire and Chippewa Rivers(Eau Claire River is the one in the bottom left)
    • Eau Claire river from Phoenix park
    • Phoenix Park – you can see the pavilion in the background
    • Pavilion in Phoenix ParkFarmer’s Market is held here 3 days a week
    • Labyrinth in Phoenix ParkThis space is used for free concerts in the summer
    • Chippewa from the foot bridgeSome dude fishing down at the bottom – a lot of people fish in the river and lakes around here
    • Chippewa River and people tubing – this is a very popular thing to do because the river is really calm
    • Owen Park - There are free concerts at the amphitheater during the summer
    • Owen Park
    • Part of the amazing bike/walk trail that runs all around the city – this is the one I take to work
    • The trail runs along the river – this is the view from the trail
    • On campus there’s a hiking trail along the river It’s part of Putnam Park
    • Putnam Park is on the bluff - you hike uphill and overlook the river
    • Hiking on the Putnam Trail
    • View from the Putnam Trail
    • At the beginning of the trail there is a stream that empties into the Chippewa River
    • Stream on the other side of the foot bridge
    • Footbridge over the stream
    • Rock at the start of Putnam trailYou can get into the river here
    • Stream emptying into the riverstanding on the big rock
    • Chippewa River on campus – just a few blocks from my house