What goes down must come back up

If you drive as far as you can down the Treemont road, which is about five miles,

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then walk another half mile,

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you come to some beautiful cascades. Standing on the trail watching the water roll over boulder after boulder is really a sight to see.

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But if you make your way down the steep bank,

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and walk out onto those rocks, it’s even more breathtaking.

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It’s one of my favorite places. You really don’t realize just how big those rocks are

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till you get down there and stand on them.
This time, as we were walking back to the car,

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Joel took note of a still pool amidst

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the rushing water, so we climbed down another steep bank

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to get a closer look. The only problem was…

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we had to climb back up.

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