Last Trip to Dismal Falls

A couple times a year Eddie and I go for a ride, usually through the mountains and this is one of my favorite spots.

This trip took us into Giles County into the National Forest.
It’s just down over the road bank with a fairly decent path and the roar of the water increases as you go down the path.
They’re not a huge waterfall but it’s lovely.
This trip the water was not at full flow because of the dry weather but very peaceful regardless.
We thought we might be alone this trip as we went during the week but there was a small group of young adults there swimming at the foot of the falls, so we left them to their fun.
This is some of the beautiful wildflowers along the path to the falls.
Beautiful honeysuckle in full bloom and the smell was delicious!

It was a wonderful road trip and one I hope we can visit again in 2022!

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