Megan and I at Taughannock Falls State Park.
More hiking and more gorges!
An old railroad bridge that we'll be crossing that's way the hell up above the gorge.
View of the Taughannock Creek gorge
The 215 foot drop is 33 feet higher than Niagara Falls
Unfortunately, it started to rain and Megan hurt her knee. Scout was pretty tired. So, we cut out most of the hiking we planned to do. But, as I said about Lucifer Falls, it's a good excuse to come back.
Waves of rain crashing against the woods. Cayuga Lake in the distance.
Occupied by Taughannocks situated north and south of stream burial ground on bluff west of John Jones home site Indians named Lake-Guenguch
First white settlement 1794 by two Goodwin Brothers
That's it for this trip. All you really need to know though is:
ITHACA IS GORGES!
Part One: Albany
Part Two: Buttermilk Falls In Ithaca
Part Three: Lucifer Falls In Ithaca