#36 Kakabika Falls

 

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The river starts out real calm,

 

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but the pace picks up real quick.

 

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Now you have a frothing, foaming river.

 

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This is where we parked to go see these falls.

 

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This is the view from the bridge.

 

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We’re just a short ways into our hike and looking back at the road.

 

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If you like walking along rapids, this is a good trail for you.

 

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I’m letting the pictures do most of the talking. The river can chatter up a storm too!

 

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We were even provided with this obstacle course. How nice.

 

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Then God gave us views to make it worth it.

 

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Nice.

 

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If you climb up that hill, there’s a nice view on the other side. Trust me.

 

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That’s my good friend, Debi. We have so much fun exploring the different trails and finding these waterfalls.

 

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What a nice picture to end with!

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