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August 06, 2013

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Marsha Weaver

They could say the Tramway was free, and you wouldn't see me on it. Big wuss I am.

Covered bridges give me a wonderful comfort feeling. I just admire those that build them. They are so beautiful and functional at the same time.

What a hoot. A 93-year-old just walking in the woods comes across this beautiful gorge. Amazing.

Never ever heard of a Indian pipe. How unusal.

What an amazing place you two visited. We would love that hike. There is so much beauty everywhere. Thanks for all the photos. They say more than any words can.

Janice Evans

wow. . .what a beautiful place!

Jeff Boldt

Loved the falls and always enjoy pictures of covered bridges.

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