Friday, September 17, 2010

Speed Bump

When water is involved, topography is nature's authority.
On the Chauga River in Upstate South Carolina, a drop of about 12 feet brings boaters to a decision point. It's either straight ahead, left or right. Most yield to the river bank.
Above the falls, the lazy river is perfect for rafting and kayaking. But it's wise to keep one eye on the path ahead.

Riley-Moore Falls was once the site of a mill, using the power of the river to turn its machinery.
Today, the mill is gone, and the path to the falls is either by the river or along a trail.
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