Waterfall Stealth Camp #3

Leaving Roan, still struggling a good deal, Forest and I take it easy for a couple more days before turning it up some.

Like most towns and gaps, a large climb starts right after them.

I’m grateful for the great sections of easy trail along the way.

On the way to Jones Falls we encountered a random cemetery.

We had to look to see the oldest marked grave. John Potter, born 1813.

As hikers, we also had snacks while we wondered the grounds…

We didn’t leave The Station until around 4pm, my smart charger adapter fried and I was waiting on the mail. So once we made Jones Falls, it was near dark and I was still hobbling along some.

The potential for tomorrow morning’s coffee to be on a waterfall, along with a shower in the morning sun, sounded to good.

6 thoughts on “Waterfall Stealth Camp #3

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  1. Love it! Glad to see you are back up on your feet. Was worried I hadn’t seen any updates for a few days. Stay Hard Brother!


  2. Wow….awesome waterfall….so relieved to see your post and see your up and going son! Have fun and stay safe! Hope your back is healing.


    1. I don’t have a back injury. Just a few days of a thousand little itchy needles tweaking my back due to my pack riding weird and being lopsided from the leg. It’s all gone now.


  3. Wow! What an amazing camp! Bet the coffee and shower were amazing! Did the sound of all that water make you dream about peeing the bed?? 😂😂🤣🤣🤣
    Take care of that leg!
    Rooting you on as always, from Ireland!


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