Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #267 1/22/2013

#267 - Keown Falls (Watt Thoughts)

Last November I hiked back to find Keown Falls but they were dry and my truck would not start and I had to walk several additional miles to get cell signal to call for help. Friday after all the rain last week I decided to visit them again. They are near Villanow GA about 15 miles from my apt. This time the trail one way turned in a full stream and I had to turn around and go other way and then when up on mountain near them I encountered light layer of snow. I found the falls running.

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