Friday, July 15, 2011

Water Falls in the Upper Peninsula

On Thursday, we decided to take a little excursion to check out the water falls of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. (We were only ten or so miles from the border, so it's not like we were in the car for hours or anything.) Joe had downloaded an app with some National Parks, and it mentioned the Agate Falls, so we headed there first.
It looked like it had potential.
There were some paths to climb on, but not much. Essentially we were only there twenty minutes. The water was beautiful, but there wasn't much there.
We then backtracked to the Bond Falls, which weren't listed on Joe's app but were on the Google maps app in my iPhone. Joey was getting a little anxious and hoped it all worked out for the best.
These certainly delivered. There was a gorgeous path you could hike up either side of the falls. We probably spent a good 45 minutes to an hour there. It would've been more if a certain two-year-old cooperated a little more.
We all got to enjoy the majestic beauty, though. The falls and my boys. It was gorgeous.


rockle said...

i don't know if you "processed" that second picture, of what, but the blurring is really sensational.

Shelze said...

I would love to see those falls!