Part one can be seen here.
That is simply beautiful. I would like to go there, but I suppose it is too far from my house here in Western PA. Looks like perfect camping weather!
Wow Karen! That one photo of the rushing stream with the birch bark –what a fantastic composition!
I’d like to hear the story behind why SnakeMaster has only one sock on.
I wish I could remember! They were battling the waves that the storm whipped up on the lake, which is why they were soaking wet.
Wow. Heaven on earth, isn’t it?
Great pictures. Can you believe I still have not gone up to Tulip falls :-(
You must go! It is a short, easy hike (unless you are actually hiking to the top of the falls).
Gorgeous!!!!!! Now I really need to go plan an August camping trip. We were hoping to come out west (Mt. Rainier) but it’s not looking likely (again) for this year. harumph!
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