Easter Sunday proved to be a beautiful day and we took advantage of the gift we'd been given. We jumped on the Harleys and just drove down the road without a plan.
Our first stop Guntersville State Park. Although Morgan and I had been to the park and seen the view from the Lodge, my husband had not so that was our first stop.We really didn't have a plan but with all the fantastic scenery in northern Alabama, it didn't take long to cruise our way to another beautiful work of nature. We ended up finding our way to High Falls in Dekalb County. I had the G9 strapped around my neck for the ride. Sorry about the totally blown out waterfall photo above. The sun was high and it was a blazing hot day. Below, if you click on the photo, you should be able to see a fellow who'd just come out of the water and is climbing the rocks to the top.We found out he had been jumping off the falls for many years. OK, to each his own.
I love this beautiful bridge crossing Town Creek.From the bridge looking toward the falls.The trees are beginning to pop!Facing upstream.Here this fellow is just about to make the leap. His descent was obscured by the rocks but he made the leap and survived to do it another day. I think.Another blown out photo but if one was to fall here that white light would probably be the last thing one would see! You can click on my title for more information on High Falls Park.