The setting is spectacular, as you can see from the background of this picture of Betsy looking for dragonflies in the bushes:
We saw a number of beautiful species there, including some we don't see in Puget Sound, and a few that were new for us. I'll start with a damselfly species that we've seen before, Emma's Dancer, but never in these numbers. Here's the male of the species, easily identified by its lovely lavender color, and blue-tipped abdomen:
What a beautiful damselfly. It was so nice to have them everywhere we looked.