Morning Gail, wow!!!! How great seeing running water and no snow....real pretty pictures, Francine.
glad you had a fun adventure...and if i love my eyes i cn just hear the water sing...
3 days is all i can stand away from home, we always took our vacations for 3 days and did them more often. i am a sleep in my own bed person but 3 days is great. why are there steps going down to the rapids? so happy you had a great time.
i like the calm waters - clear enough to see through.
Great photos . . . I liked seeing some rushing water . . . I too wondered about the steps near the rapids . . .Everything is white and still around here. Sunshine yesterday though with some melting. Felt warmer with the sun, but only 34-36 degrees.
great shots...three days makes a nice get away...
I love this fishing spot - we have a fishing spot under the highway a ways up the road and there is a lake that spills into this creek, which flows through the woods and goes right under the highway. We enter from a backroad, so no one ever sees us - otherwise too many people fishing a good spot would soon fish it out. These photos are so clear and really nice Gail.
Always good to go adventuring....always good to return home.
The water looks so inviting...refreshing...cold...LOL Very nice photos indeed!
Love those photos!
You can pack a lot of fun into three days!And those photos are wonderful. Makes me want to be there...=)
Gail these are amazing pic's. Glad you were able to get away for some funSo glad you stopped by today for a visit.I love love your headboard pic's.Have a wonderful Easter.LoveMaggie
Such great memories (and photos) you brought back.
Loved seeing that clear water Gail. Glad you got out for a 3 day adventure.
Gail it doesn't take along to have fun and lots of adventures when you love the ones you're with!...:)JP
These are great photos. It is wonderful that you got away, and saw and did things like this!
Gail,The water makes you want to walk down those steps,take off your shoes, and put your feet right in.And for the other pictures of the water and fish, where's your fishing pole??
Cotter Spring is one of my all-time favorite places. I often go there alone just to ponder life. Sometimes my husband I stop at McDonalds and have an impromptu picnic there.
That looks so cold and refreshing!
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