The Other Side (Yellow Birch Ravine VI)

After crossing Trestle Road, the second half of the Yellow Birch Ravine Nature preserve follows a gentle wonderfully turquoise nameless stream into three box canyons.

I followed the obvious path that leads up to the ledge. I am not sure why people go there. The water has to come from somewhere, there is no need to check.

One does get impressive views down, and one can go all the way around on top of the mesa like ravines, but the real attractions reside deep inside the canyons.

These twin falls were the highlight for me –– even waterfalls like company.

Another obsession we humans have is that we always want to get behind things.

Below is the last one, the same as in the second picture of today’s post.

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