Seeing it in person was like seeing your favorite animal eating a burger in a baggy t-shirt with BBQ sauce on its face.
It was amazing.
With a forecast of 80 degrees and no post run activities, I decided the 30 minute drive outside of Portland was a good idea. It ended up being the best idea of the day.
Even better than Blue Star Donuts.
The park was crowded, but after going up a bit the people thinned out. My family wasn’t too jazzed about going to the top of the waterfall and although they told me I could go and they would wait, I decided not to.
This gives me an excuse to go back. It was all part of my master plan.
There are miles of trails all over this area and I must get back to explore for a handful of hours! Who wants to go back with me and stand at the top of the waterfall?
I have to earn my new bag bling by standing at the summit.
I can still feel the cold, wet air from the base of the waterfall hitting my face the closer we got. Nature in her true element, and boy was it great.
Q: Coolest waterfall you’ve seen in person? This one..fersher.