Friday, June 5, 2009

Hiking Goforth Creek

Well, this post is just a big photo album of the day Joe and I hiked Goforth Creek a couple of weeks ago.

Hopefully on your screen, they're not too dark. They look one way on my computer at home, and much different on my computer at the office...

Anyway... come hike with us:






























The first 3 or 4 hundred yards we were rock hopping up the river...


...until we finally crossed over on got on a trail.





A couple of miles up the trail, we crossed the river again.
Doesn't this look like two pictures stitched together? It's not. The right is lush and green and the left is barren and woody. Weird.


The creek got really gentle at this point.





Look at that forest floor covered in fern!


I wish I had also taken this shot with the fern in focus - I think I would have like it better than having the trees in focus. Next time.



Hmmm, wonder what he's looking at...



I like this one - we're headed back down the trail where the falls are rushing.


Pretty mountain ivy (somestimes called mountain laurel).

We both really enjoyed that hike!

2 comments:

Ginnie said...

Beautiful pictures

Amy @ Living Locurto said...

Hi Pam! It's been a long time since I've commented here. I wanted to stop by and say hi and sorry for being a bad bloggy friend:-( Life has slowed down and bit and I hope to get back to actually reading blogs!

Love these photos, what a gorgeous place!

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