Kaaterskill Falls Escapade

Here is an aerial shot I took from my drone of the Kaaterskill Waterfall, which includes 2 waterfalls in succession (we are standing on the platform to the left of the waterfall). It is the tallest waterfall in New York State:

and here's another aerial picture I took with my drone too:

It was definitely a site to see and it was interesting to hike to the base of the waterfall because this is the terrain we had to hike through for about a half a mile. You know it's a serious trail when they post a sign saying, "WARNING! Deaths have occurred in this area...":

Even my Mom, who just turned 81 five days ago, hiked the trail with us as I was holding her arm the entire way even though she had a walking stick to help her keep her balance. Below is my gf Laura and my Mom after she helped her down that trail of rocks behind them. Then a couple pics of my sister Carrie, my Mom, and my gf Laura while we were hiking to the waterfall:

It was definitely an awesome sight to see and a great experience for sure! I'm only just getting into hiking now as I just bought Timberland hiking boots, which are the most comfortable boots I've ever worn in my entire life, as I figured it would be a good idea to get into hiking since I've really gotten into photography in the past 3 years. So I'll definitely be doing more hiking trips in the future and I'll also be documenting my trips through my blog on my website as well. I will be uploading the BEST pictures from my trip on my website for sale soon and I will post a link to those pictures when I do that. Here are some more pics from the trip:

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Sincerely,

Steven Archdeacon

"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing." --Hellen Keller