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.

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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?



11 comments:

  1. Beautiful scenery is a jewel unto itself :)

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

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

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

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  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.

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