Monday, August 19, 2013

The Rest Of The Falls

I gave my last post a few extra days for people to see it at the top of the list. I'm not sure if that was a good idea or a bad one. More people did see it though. I really wanted to share that video with as many of you as possible, and it's been such a long time since I've had a video to share.

Today I have a few pictures that show the other parts of the falls that I didn't get to show you before. This top picture shows all of the falls in a long view. There really is much more here than the main falls I showed you last time.

The good thing is that there are many places here to view the falls from. You can walk all around these falls to see them from just about any angle possible. I won't tire you with every single place here, but I'll share afew with you.

This picture above shows a view of the place above the main falls. The person walking down there should give you a good idea of how big all of this is.  They warn you that walking on those rocks might be kind of dangerous, but they never say not to go there.

I don't know how deep this water gets, but it really does move pretty fast in places. I went out on the rocks in a few places, but I made sure I was careful. I think it was actually pretty safe though because there were a lot of people out there at different times.

This above was what I saw when I first got to the falls. It's not too big and not too small. This is what I was kind of expecting the actual main part of the falls to be. And I would have been disappointed if I was right. I was glad that the main part was much bigger.

This was still pretty good though, especially if you take in the whole area together. I really enjoyed my time there. I'll definitely be going back. There are a couple of other places in town there that I want to see as well.

I'm not sure yet where my travels will take me next. It could be another set of falls or it could be a museum. I'll go wherever the wind takes me. I also have many smaller side trips that I'll share as I get to them. You'll see one of those in my next post. I'll talk to you later.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these pictures--looks like a very relaxing place to think and enjoy! I bet those rocks can get slippery though, be careful!

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    1. The rocks look like they can get slippery at times but they were actually pretty dry while I was there. I also wonder how deep this water gets at times.

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  2. WBeautiful photos, amazing place:) Greetings

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    1. I am glad I could visit this amazing place.

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  3. it's beautiful, and huge, would probably be scared swimming there for the current seems to be strong.

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    1. Yeah, I don't think anyone there was in too much of a hurry to try and swim there, but many people were getting pretty close to the water. I wouldn't do that.

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  4. My human says those falls look amazing! Me? I think it is too much water!!!

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    1. I agree w2ith both of you. They do look amazing, and I think there is too much water. I can't swim!

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