Silver Creek Falls
May 6, 1989
Last minute cancellations and additions left us with a nice group
of fifteen persons as equally balanced as possible between members
We were further favored with most auspicious weather, so even
though we seemed to run a bit behind schedule all day, nobody
seemed to give a hoot!
Those of us who made this trip last year in a drizzling rain were
especially gratified by the conditions this time around.
In fact, we were reluctant to leave each of the misty cataracts.
We found the trail, in particular, and the park, in general,
teeming with humanity.
Families, church groups, scout troops, and especially the brownies
were out in force.
Indeed, we learned that the brownies were having a jamboree in
the park that weekend.
Nevertheless, when we reached the lodge at the South Falls we
found it relatively deserted.
So, we were able to get our needs satisfied rather quickly and were
on our way home by 3:30, arriving a few minutes after 5:00.
Those making this year’s pilgrimage to Silver Creek Falls were:
Klaas van Asselt,