Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Jewel of the waterfall - archeology adventure

It is I, Little Fox Archeologist on a adventure in the woods looking for the secret jewels I read about online.  I am just doing a fact finding mission today, no whip, no other archeologist tools except a pencil and paper to make a map. 

The water is high today.  Probably hard to find the jewels when the water is running so fast.

My faithful (and food motivated assistant Sequoia) found the waterfall.  Agast, the water is running too high for me to search for any jewels. 
I wonder what secrets the waterfall holds? If it didn't rain too much over Thanksgiving perhaps the water would be moving slower and I could sneak under the falls to see if there is a secret tomb or door behind the falls for me to explore.  **Sigh**

Should I come back here in the summer looking for the jewels or should I continue my Archeology studies at the University and come back when I have earned passing marks on all of my classes?


  1. Beautiful scenery is a jewel unto itself :)

  2. Hmm. I think your studies would benefit from practical testing.....

  3. Replies
    1. Thanks, I take a good picture don't I?

  4. Beautiful! We hope you had some nice snacks for a picnic by the waterfall!

  5. A summer trip is definitely in order when the water flow is less. Who knows, there could be a treasure trove entrance hidden behind those cascading plumes of moustachioed whitecaps.