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We are known as PaWingers or just The Wingers by our Geocaching friends. When we found our first cache we had to come up with a name to log the find. We came up with this name simply because of residing in Pa. and because one of our many passions is cruising this beautiful country on our Honda Goldwing. Aside from geocaching we are passionate about most anything outdoors including hiking, kayaking, snowmobiling and biking. We are blessed beyond words with a wonderful son and daughter in law. We're also blessed with some terriffic family and friends. We consider ourselves very fortunate due to the fact that after being married over 40 years we still enjoy these things together.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

We can never have enough of waterfalls

There's loads of things in nature that we look on with fondness and high on that list is waterfalls.  We have many more waterfalls in our area than what people seem to realize.  Some may require a bit of a hike while others are just a stones throw from a road.  Each waterfalls has its own uniqueness and it's own charm.  We like them all and continue to look for new ones.


 This is a beautiful falls that has the final drop of approximately 25-30 feet.  The two criss cross logs are distracting but have been there many years.


 This required a nice 3 or 4 mile hike but was so worth it.  There was a bonus here because not a hundred yards away is an even larger falls that is at least 30 foot tall.  This particular falls is tall but cascades over multi levels as opposed to one long drop.


This is another awesome Quehanna waterfalls that most people are not aware of.


Freedom Falls

2 comments:

Corker2 said...

This is another thing that we don't have much of around here. However, there are a number of pretty Falls to see up in the Pocono Mtn. area. One of them is the Bushkill Falls, and another called Dingman Falls. Both are popular tourist attractions. I'll get there one of these day's. Nice capture of the Falls showing just how pretty and peaceful they can be.

Les

Coy said...

Beautiful! Your hikes certainly get you into some awesome country. I love the soft effect you created with the slow shutter speeds.