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... Then my favorite thing we did was flip the rafts over and use them as a trampoline where we ran across them into the river while people on the sides bounced the rafts to make it more challenging. I thoroughly enjoyed my two days on the river and can not wait to go back with my participants.
After two days on the river we transitioned to two days on the rock. Once again I came to the rock already with knowledge but ...
... a mountainous village in Haiti where we place our newfound skills to use in a cross-cultural setting as we work with the children. I first off need a strong prayer team to support me in my endeavor, thus I ask you specifically to pray for me as I move throughout the summer and afterwards, and for the OMC team as we go out this summer to serve others. Secondly, I am praying specifically for 30 people to donate $25, $50, or $100 to help support me on this ...
... 8217;t too hot today, so didn’t seem
bad. And the mountain laurel were in full bloom along the trail, which
made for a beautiful sight. In a little over two miles, the trail split
– Daniel Ridge Loop Trail continued to the left and Farlow Gap Trail
(#106) went right. We turned right, initially climbing steeply up via
switchbacks as we got above Right Fork. The trail curved around a
ridge, crossed Daniel Ridge Creek, and then curved around ...
... a couple pictures, we climbed up the left side of the waterfall and then rock-hopped upstream a short ways to Upper Waterfall on Bubbling Spring Branch. This waterfall slides down a rock face about 30 feet, but again the water level was kind of puny. We got a couple pictures and headed back. I was planning to get Wildcat Falls next, but the camping area at the trailhead was full and there was nowhere to park. So we continued another mile or so to a pull-off at ...
... soaked, so what difference did a little more water make. Where the road crossed Long Branch, we followed a steep side trail up to the base of the waterfall. This waterfall is a 15-foot freefall, followed by a wide slide fanning out over down a large rock face. The water flow was so high that the upper drop looked like the water was exploding out of the cliff face. Unfortunately, the high water also prevented us from getting out into the middle of the ...