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... At one point near the middle of the waterfall, we came out to a view where the water and ice appeared to be going into a hole in the cliff face. Unfortunately, some fallen trees partially obscured the scene. As we approached the top, we could tell we were almost done as there was no more waterfall to be seen higher up. The very top portion of the waterfall was perhaps the most scenic. The water and ice cascaded down a high cliff more than 100 feet and was ...
... presidents and some later ones
(James Buchanan, for example) had long and distinguished service at many levels
of government that made them natural leaders of country. That’s quite a
contrast to the last half century when most presidents, including the current
and immediate previous one, had relatively short involvement in government at
not very high levels, several like George W. Bush, Clinton, Reagan, and Carter
having been governors ...
... in the Blue Ridge Mts. was to the top of "Old Rag" mountain. Ryan took us on this nine-mile loop. This was exactly the kind of hike that we know we won't be able to do probably some time in our 'nearish' future. It was at the outer limits for our quads and knees in terms of stamina. There was an extended section of climbing up, around, and under boulders at the top. You know other people think you are old when they keep offering ...
"I'll just order a water" Grace at Lemon grass about stalking and camping out on double date "I secretly hate him. Because of his face. Even though I've never met him" Dorte about Emmanuel lol with Wen Ting present. "Should we make a couple photo" Kasper about me and him from wine tasting view photo "I'm gonna go bra less after my shower" brow less Wen Ting said but misheard "I hear ya sister" Dorte empathetic to ...
... the tallest peak in Virginia, and after we will head to North Carolina with the tallest peak of the Appalachians, along with many others over 6,000 feet. Although this is low in comparison to the peaks out west the towns here are often at 600-900 feet and rise to 6,000 feet. The age of these mountains has allowed for the rivers and vegetation to create a sense of mystery and story with every cove, valley and mountain you ...