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My name is Rachel, I live in California, I'm 40, married for 15 years to Sean and have two dogs. My hobbies are my dogs Leo & Ferny, hiking, exploring, enjoying life.

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"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings; Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine into flowers..."
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Kinley Creek Falls

We finally found our way over to Kinley Creek Falls. To get there:

Hwy 173, past the shooting range. Park at the bridge. Cross the road, follow the path along until just past the "Unburned Acre" sign on the path. Go down to the water then follow up river until you can't go any further.

Solo and Leo came along as usual. Leo had no problems jumping from rock to rock. Poor Solo is just not designed for this kind of thing. But he tries really really hard and keeps up - even when I'm yelling at him to "STOP SHAKING WATER ALL OVER ME!!" heh.

The falls themselves will soon dry up so I'm glad we came when we did. The bottom of the falls there is a deep pocket of water. I'll bet you could even swim around in it - but I wouldn't.

Lil Billy Goat Leo

Solo was tired.

He was holding me in place by putting his paw FIRMLY on my foot lol

We made a shelter from the sun. It was hot!

Here are the falls.

Above the falls there is a boulder that looks like an eagle. Very cool.

On our way back, Solo rested for a bit while we reoriented ourselves.

Some day I will be able to take a focused picture of flowers rather than the dirt below them! HA!

It was really rocky. This was where Solo waited while we scrabbled up to the falls.

Me! I got a bit sunburned on those lily white arms lol

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