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Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Welcome to another outdoorsy Wednesday post.

While on vacation this summer, after climbing around on Mount Baker we stopped here to see this Waterfall.  It was fairly large and the slopes were very steep.  But, oh so beautiful!

The pool at the top.

Surprise!  There are actually two waterfalls there~

They flow into this beautiful rushing stream.  In the bottom right hand side of this photo you can see the chain link fence that keeps the public safe.  Thank goodness for that, it would have been far too dangerous to take little ones to see, otherwise.

The grands had fun playing on this huge old stump.  They still had energy after climbing around on Mount Baker and then walking in to see these lovely falls.  Oh to have that kind of energy again.
I believe my husband took all of these photos.

I am joining Watery Wednesday, today.  Check out this meme, there are lots of great outdoor photographs over there.

Enjoy your day my friends!


Tammy@ A Doctor in the House said...

Who could deny the existence of God? Such splendor! Thanks for sharing.

Shirley said...

Beautiful shots! Thanks for stopping by my blog today. Yes, we had an extremely windy day that defoliated my maples pretty good. Some trees, however, like the mountain ash, are still in their autumnal glory. Have a great day!

Bloggin in PA said...

Very pretty! I love taking pictures of water falls!

Elizabeth and Gary said...

Hi Cindy,
Beautiful waterfalls, I love the color of the water..
Kids always find fun and enjoyment don't they..and yes they never seem to tire out!. Aw the Joy of Childhood..
How nice you were able to spend the day with the Grands..
Remember the curtains you showed me, well I'm making them...I will show you soon (I loved the photos you sent).
Have a sweet day and big hugs~Elizabeth

George said...

This is a beautiful waterfall. Betsy and I 'collect' waterfalls and we would certainly like to get out west and add this to our collection. Thanks for the great pictures.
Thanks, too, for visiting my site.

Cecilia Artista said...

Wonderful waterfalls! Beautiful shots!

Wendy said...

Love the double waterfall. Thank goodness for the fence, otherwise I think I would be having panic attacks!

EG Wow said...

OH, LOVELY! I like waterfalls and your photos are GREAT!

Sharon said...

Such beautiful splendor!!!!

eileeninmd said...

You got some great shots of Noonsack Falls. I have the same waterfalls in my watery post this week.

Vintagesouthernlife said...

Beautiful waterfalls... such fun to share an adventure with the grands. They always have endless energy

Susan said...

Beautiful shots of the waterfalls and the kids!! Thanks for sharing.
I will have to find out from Carolyn how to get there as I have not seen these yet.
xoxo Sue

Ana said...

Stunning pictures Cindy. What an absolutely beautiful place...Another wonderful example of God's amazing handy work. Love it. Have a blessed day.

Much love,

ag. said...

Waterfalls are so gorgeous! They certainly do catch my eye! I'm not too far from these ones so will have to make a trip to see them! :)

Manuela@TPOH said...

Wow! Really beautiful photos!


Pat said...

Beautiful shots, Cindy!

The Quintessential Magpie said...



Sheila :-)

Greet said...

Hello my wonderful friend,
I am always pleased to read a comment of you! Sorry for the lack of my comments on your blog! But please, please, forgive me I have so little time to blog! I hope it will change in future!
I always enjoy your pictures Cindey and I always show my husband your post about things to visit and to discover in your region, because he would love to visit your country one day! And so am I, especially to visit YOU!!! A big big hug!

Secret Garden Cottage said...

Wow... what a beautiful waterfall, Cindy!! You must have had an amazing vacation over the summer!
Thanks for your sweet comment on my post today... I sure do appreciate it. :) I noticed that your profile doesn't have your blog link on it again... that might be why. :)
I hope you have a wonderful weekend my friend!
Hugs ~ Jo