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Travel for Less

Waterfall and Rainbow

We made another stop not long after we left the Erik the Red Museum. At first it wasn’t much to look at. This wasn’t in the printed itinerary, but was well worth the stop. As to what it’s called? This was the last sign (Below) I saw before we reached it. Your guess is as good as mine.

I took this shot as we crossed the bridge from the first picture.

This was the first thing I was when I got off the bus. So of course I ran back out on the bridge to see if I could get a better version of the previous picture.

This was looking at it from the other side of the bridge. It kind of made me think sometimes water must feel like the whole world had gone crazy. There you are, flowing along in a nice, firm bedrock channel then bam! Nothing but free-fall.

Naturally I wanted to see what the people on the rocks saw, so I scampered past the warning signs and crawled out as far as my confidence in my new hip would allow.

After that I just kind of wandered back and forth under the bridge until it was time to go.

The whole thing probably lasted fifteen minutes.

I thought it was interesting that the lupine would even grow on a vertical surface.

Also, it seemed you could always find a picnic table at the top of a waterfall. I caught this one right before they dragged me back onto the bus.


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