My daughter Mercy, her hubby Will took me to Moulton Falls Regional Park, Washington in August 2017, five weeks before Autumn was born.
The 387-acre park is at the East Fork of the Lewis River and Big Tree Creek. It has two waterfalls and an arch bridge. The depths of the river very and have swift currents. It is a perfect place for cooling off to walk in the park or swim in the river.
I grew up in Hong Kong
Islands surrounded by water
Taking the ferries was a daily matter
Vehicles went through tunnel under sea
When I came to Portland, Oregon
I lived by Willamette River
Crossing bridges was a must when going places
Then I came to Seattle, Washington
University was near Peugeot Sound
Walking on waterfront was always pleasant
Taking a trip to Floating Bridge was a treat
Now I live in Southern California
Live by a lake within walking distance
Beaches are just thirty minutes’ drive away
I am thankful to live close to the water all my life
Written in response to the image by Bikurgurl –100WW Week 26
This was our trip to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Just follow the sign.
Here is the Waterfall and River.
There was warning sign along the trail.
Many hiking trails like this one to hike down to the river.
There are also staircases to walk down to the river and walk up. I chose to take the staircase. Here I was, in the yellow shirt.
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – November 30, 2016