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... nice cascades just before
reaching the falls. Having seen a few
pictures of this waterfall, I was not expecting to be too impressed. Boy, was I wrong. Perhaps it was the very wet summer and recent
rains or maybe pictures just don’t do it justice. Either way, this was an amazing
waterfall. The waterfall plunges over a
cliff with a freefall of near 100 feet.
And the high ...
... the woods and get behind the falls, but we decided against it. We just hung out here for a while, had a snack and enjoyed the view before making our way back. Justine and the others continued on to see High Falls and Triple Falls, but Sandy and I were getting tired and had already seen these falls so we decided to make our way back home after another waterfall-tastic ...
Not much more needs to be said.
Regardless of how it ended, it was a great trip while it lasted! I crossed the Atlantic for the first time; rented a tux for what had better be the last time; saw good friends; met some neat people; drank some great wine; ate some wonderful meals (and some not so wonderful); rode a lot of neat trains; and saw some fantastic scenery.
Along the way, I collected Monaco, Liechtenstein, ...
... by a mysterious bug (or plant).
We continued down 100/41 to the beautiful town of White Springs. We stopped at a wayside park on the historic and scenic Suwanee River.
We cruised on through Georgia and made it to Anderson in time for dinner. Thanks to Steve we had an amazing lasagna dinner.
Tomorrow we start our journey.
... to some local band perform during the arts show. I can honestly say that there is something really quaint about this town.
As well as being a normal town little boutiques as well as chain shops there was a waterfall in the middle of the town which I have never seen before which turned out to be a pleasant surprise.