Tag Archives: Waterfalls

Falling Waters Nine: The Cascades, Illilouette and Ribbon, Yosemite National Park

Spring, 2013 We’ve made two trips to Yosemite National Park, but didn’t manage to see all of the waterfalls in the park. This post addresses three that we didn’t spend as much time at during either visit. Our first trip … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Five – Yosemite Falls, California

Fall, 2009 and Spring, 2013 Yosemite Falls is the tallest waterfall in Yosemite National Park, third tallest in the United States (Hawaii has two that are taller), the 20th tallest in the world, not counting underwater falls. I had not … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Two – Morgan Falls, Michigan

Four days later: I just remembered that this is Agate Falls, which I cover in a post that includes Bond Falls, Falling Waters Four. The information about Morgan Falls is accurate, as is the dining, and I’ve removed the photos. … Continue reading

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Falling Waters One – Waimoku Falls, Maui

Fall, 2000 Why am I so mesmerized by waterfalls? No matter how small, even just a few drops falling from the rocks along the side of the road, they draw my attention. The sound of the water falling over a … Continue reading

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Home of the North Wind

Friday, August 12, 2016 I have to refer to the ship newsletter for the day and date – so nice. Skagway is an old Gold Rush town founded in 1897 when Captain William Moore staked a claim and built a … Continue reading

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Soft Water Hard Water

Tuesday, May 20 We were up early this morning to catch a bus for a 14 hour tour. We covered a lot of territory in the southeast part of Iceland. Our first stop was at the Skogafoss Waterfall, which was … Continue reading

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