What a beautiful blue sky. Well the plan since we got here late was to come back the next day day and hike to Johns Gap water fall. Well you know how plans are… We woke up in the morning. Mark went to empty the gray water tank and the dump pipe was cracked. Ya see we ran over a shredded piece of tire in the road on the way here. Mark walked around the Rv to see if there was any damage but did not see that. Well thank God it was not a brake line or something like that. Tomorrow there is a 70% chance of rain so I doubt we will get back there. Well another day another time maybe. What a beautiful park. Casars Head is a must see.
There was a couple of bikers standing up there with us and told us that there use to not be a steal fence around the cliff and when they were kids they would climb down on the rocks and up on the water tower at the top. What a great place to grow up.
This one you could see from the side of the road on 276. No hiking involved.
If you look closely you can see the falls. It was a nice hike and we were sufficiently tired.
Get Well soon! They all flew away. *heavy sigh*
So let me tell you about the man I love. We saw this pelican with all this fishing line tangled in his wing and Mark decided to catch him and rescue him from this mess. Dave from North Carolina freed him of his lines and hooks while Mark held the poor thing down. Little did we know that the poor thing had 4 hooks in him. Mark temps him with a pin fish grabs him by the beak and pulls him up on the peer. It was so sad. Made me want to cry. #birdman