On April 21st, George and I visited FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK here in Tennessee. IF you missed seeing the blog post as to WHY we chose that particular day to go down there, click HERE
to find out!!!!!
Today I'll share with you more pictures from that cold, drizzly, foggy day!!!! Above is the main waterfall in the park, Fall Creek Falls. (There are 6 waterfalls there altogether.) Fall Creek Falls is 256 feet high. IF you want to read more information about this waterfall, click HERE
Here's a picture taken from the Fall Creek Falls overlook of the gorge.. You can see the fog around that day.
I took this picture of George at the overlook at Fall Creek Falls. You can see part of the waterfall ---and also the fog.
Another waterfall at the park is named CANE CREEK FALLS. The best place to get a picture of this one is after a hike on the other side of the gorge. I took this picture from the overlook during our hike.
I got excited seeing some beautiful wildflowers blooming at the park. Aren't these little guys just gorgeous?
Seeing the Mountain Laurels begin to bloom was also exciting to me. I should go back next week and see these beauties in full bloom...
After a delicious dinner at the lodge restaurant that afternoon, we walked outside to check out the lake... I thought of my youngest son and his son, my awesome grandson. They would love to be here fishing on the pier nearby! BUT--it was a little chilly out there ---or at least, the wind was cold!!!!
Finally, this picture of us was taken at the CANE CREEK CASCADES when we first got to the park... After checking out this area and taking pictures, we quickly put on our jackets... Did I mention that it was quite cold down there that day????? ha ha
This past Wednesday, we drove to McMinnville, Tennessee to meet George's brother, Ken, and wife, Bonnie, along with Dad Adams for lunch at Applebee's. Ken and Bonnie have been visiting Dad this week in Tullahoma. They live in Indiana --so we don't get to see them as often as we'd like.
This is a hard week for Dad (who will be 100 yrs. old in August). Wednesday (when we met) would have been Mom's 92nd birthday. (She died last June--and he misses her terribly.) Then Saturday, the 5th, would have been their 72nd wedding anniversary. BUT--Dad is still doing well, and he definitely ate a good lunch!!!
George and I did something we NEVER do.... Can you believe that we both left our cameras at home???????? GADS!!!! SO---the picture above of Dad, Bonnie and Ken was taken last August at Cracker Barrel. BUT--despite the fact that we didn't have our cameras, we did have a great lunch and fellowship with all of them. Ken is George's little brother ---being 2 yrs. younger. Their sister, Janet, couldn't join us since she was at work. She is 10 yrs. younger than George.
George and I are going to take a BLOG BREAK
. We are SO SO busy --and there's SO much to do.. We just need to take a break for a short time. We should be back to blogging between May 14 and 16... Hope all of you have a great week!!!!
Have a wonderful weekend and week ahead.