Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Waterfall on Northern Tributary of Log Hollow Branch



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In December of last year Betsy and I spent a couple of days near Brevard, North Carolina, visiting waterfalls. We visited three waterfalls along Log Hollow Branch during a hike along a nice two-mile trail. Two of the waterfalls were right off the trail, but we had to bushwhack to reach the very first one, shown above.

9 comments:

EG Wow said...

It was worth the bushwhacking, George. It looks stepp so I bet it was slippery on those leaves.

THE OLD GEEZER said...

Beautiful scenery.
December is a wonderful time of the year. No bugs that time of the year?

Sandra said...

what I want to know, is how do you keep track of all the times and places you and Betsy have been. you travel more in a year than I have in my whole life. do you keep a journal with it all listed? if not your memory is better than mine.

Cheryl said...

Very pretty waterfall. Its great you can search out waterfalls year-round.

KathyA said...

Beautiful! I can see myself sitting right in there -- around the middle of July.

Ginny said...

Looks like one of the more gentle ones. Do I see some icicles in the background?

Craver Vii said...

Your wife goes hiking with you? I'm impressed! I've been married 22 years, and we are not at that level of maturity yet. Either I walk too fast or she walks too slow. We're working on it though. Lately, we go out each night for a hand-in-hand stroll around the block. Baby steps, George. Baby steps.

A Lady's Life said...

You get to smell the water and the wind and birds that go along with it.
:)

Kirigalpoththa said...

Bushwhack - Nice term.
Lovely waterfall and it is certainly worth a bit of bushwhacking to see such a beauty.