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Monday, July 18, 2011

Wandering to a water fall

I told you before that I would show you some pictures of the water falls at the RV park we stayed at near Greenville, PA, so here they are.  The area has not had its normal rainfall this summer and the small creek that carved out the ravine and spilled over the rocks to make a water fall is almost dried up.  Therefore, you have to use your imagination to picture what it would be like if the creek was full.  It now only had a dribble going over the falls and the camera didn’t catch it.  Here, see for yourself in the next few pictures.  Don’t forget you can click on the pictures to enlarge them.

This first picture is of me on top of the falls looking straight down.  See my foot in the bottom of the picture at the edge of the rock?
I moved over to the right and took another picture looking straight down.  See the sky and trees reflected in the water.
This next picture was taken from below the falls looking back up stream toward it.

I then turned around and took a picture looking down stream.

And here is a picture a little further away from the falls looking back up stream.

While my wife and I were walking around exploring the woods, we came across this old camp where someone must have stayed.

I hoped you enjoyed the pictures of the area.  We sure did enjoy being there.  If you are ever in the northwest part of Pennsylvania, in the NW corner of I-80 and I-79, stop and stay awhile at the Farma Family Campground. 
You all have a good day now, you hear?


  1. Naturally running water almost seems like science fiction to me. It is very pretty there.

  2. Yes Frann, it seems to be disappering all over the place.

  3. Have ya ever wondered where all the fishes, frogs and water critters go when a stream runs out of water?

  4. Reminds me of how the water used to be around the Austin area, all spring fed.

    So many things have changed. When you find something like that, you just have to stop and admire it!

  5. BB, Yes I have wondered that. I know a lot of them bury themselves in the ground.

    HJ, Yes the hill country is something like that but with shorter trees.