I called Ralph from the website and received permission, unfortunately he didn't hear me come in and with time and walking constraints I didn't get the full tour.
Flying in from the south.
As Andy said it is a one-way strip that runs into a hill, the approach is wide open over the lake with no obstacles. Pic on the north side showing the turn around at the north side of the runway.
The runway does a have a relatively constant slope downhill towards the water.
Very pretty area, newer construction and nice houses and hangars. It's not my preferred section of the lake for skiing, although the "Big Bay" cove just to the west of the airstrip provides great water for skiing. It is very close to the Mark Twain national forest for hiking/hunting. Runway was very coarse on the pavement, if normal runways are like 180 grit sandpaper this runway is 60 grit. Lots of Airstrips in the area, make a day of it and check them out!