There is a haunting beauty about Caddo Lake. It is truly more swamp than lake. The cypress trees, with their ornaments of Spanish moss, lend this place an air of mystery. The lily pads that grow so thick they almost choke off the boat roads make it seem almost as if time forgot this place.
In spite of the griping about the trek to town, I do love the view and don't regret the time we're spending here.