cthulhu finds his call at cyprus lake
Or: how the cedars climb – the Bruce Peninsula part two
Being the lovecraftian fiend that he is, Dave saw cthulu in this tree
I, however, saw the loch ness monster; albeit a headless one.
growing on bedrock. It is incredible.
It looks rather devious, doesn’t it. Like it is trying to coax you into coming somewhere you probably shouldn’t go.
As Alan so aptly stated: welcome to the enchanted forest