Living in Indiana, the winter weather can be long. Gray skies tend to be the trend come February. Our schools take their spring break early, but we all are ready for a little warmth and sunshine. This year I drove south with my daughter and her friend. We went to visit family...without the family being there. What a treat! Although, with family would have been even better! Winston was allowed to go, and he was one happy dog.
|At the bottom of the road, there is a stream for splashing.|
|Have you seen the movie Deliverance? Certainly it may have been filmed here.|
|On the walk way to/from Dry Falls, grates...that some dogs do NOT like to step on. |
Winston kept trying to walk around these!
|See picture below...|
|Bridal Veil Falls recently had a rock fall, but one used to be able to drive under them.|
|Playing games at the house|
|On the property, a small, family cemetery.|
|A reminder that life is/was short. |
1831-1857 and 1838-1875
|hard to read, but 1812|
which means these people lived here BEFORE Indiana became a state
|The sunset...reminds me how much I love Sky Blue|
|The girls fell in love with this balloon bunny, George.|
|One of the vistas|
These guys climbed straight up the mountain face. They told me it took them just over three hours. They were heading down and then going to come up one more time before calling it a day.
|The ground sparkles due to the Mica content in the soil.|
|Survey marker, above sea level|
|Feeling free! On top of that survey marker...|
|Another vista, on the way down|
|Mom and daughter moment. Clearly we needed a bigger rock to perch upon.|
|Just enough time to put together one puzzle.|
An almost perfect trip!