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Jul 02 2014

Yes, I Abandoned You For Franklin Falls

Yes, I posted a lovely picture of it on Rosetta Stones. Yes, I’ll be writing up the geology of that amazing place in-depth soonish. Probably by the end of summer, even! And in the meantime, I shall tease you with photos.

Like this before picture:

Image shows me sitting on water-smoothed slabs of granite, with the river rushing beside me.

Moi on the rocks in the Snoqualmie River.

After’s where it gets fun. And very, very cold. (No, I didn’t fall in.) The hydrogeology buffs will probably squee with joy when I post the photo sequence from this stop along the trail!

I’m out for the rest of the week aside from a pre-scheduled post on the geology of the Fourth of July – all the MMA fights are happening this week, I’m trying to be a good girl and go to ye olde daye jobbe at least a few days before my official end date, and I intend to have some serious lazy time before working full-time for the worst boss in the world: moi. We’ll finish naming the store next week, and I will totally get back to those of you who have asked me bidness-related questions! Until then, go have as much fun as you can endure, and if you’re in a place that’s miserably hot, get thee to the water if you can! See you soon!

3 comments

  1. 1
    rq

    I have some hydrogeology for you. :) Can’t wait for this one!
    (I’ve been a crappy commenter for a while now. Sorry. Too much choir around, still, for me to focus on your blog, which makes me sad. But I’m so glad you’re back online, so to speak!)

  2. 2
    Trebuchet

    Well, nuts! I’ve lived in this part of the world for 45 years (plus) and never heard of Franklin Falls. Whereabouts is it? Lets see, Snoqualmie river, I-90 visible, hmmmm. I’ll work it out.

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    F [i'm not here, i'm gone]

    Ha, good for you. Although honestly, I don’t believe you abandoned us at all, you are just bringing Franklin Falls to us. Rock on, Dana.

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