Same mountains, different tower.
From their web site:
Indian Head Resort started its journey as Indian Head Estate in 1913 with 10 campsites. Over the years these first campsites grew to more than 70 cabins and bungalows. In 1922 a group of three-room cabins were opened and a few years later, 29 more cabins were added and named “English Village”.
A wooden observation tower was built on the west side of Rt. 3 to view the famous Indian Head Rock Profile. The tower proved an extremely popular viewing station for the local landmark, and a more sturdy steel tower was later constructed. In the 1950’s the 100-foot steel observation tower was relocated across the street to its present location along with the main office and facilities.
In the 1950’s Indian Head modernized and converted to motel accommodations. These rooms are still found above our main lobby and dining room.
Is that a bear in the center of photo?
Oh I don't know Dallas. I thought it looked more like a fire hydrant.
I think it is a bear. Notice how the people are almost all facing it from a distance!
What was I thinking???
It looks like a bear to me. Well I can barely see it on this kindle.
By gosh it looks like there's a bear in that first photo. But I'll be darned if I can find that fire hydrant.
Might even be a second bear among-st the crowd.