The best shower ever!
Although, without a doubt, not a trek for everyone, yesterday’s hike to the seldom-visited Tufton Hall Waterfalls was a great adventure for Rebecca and I, and our three friends. There were muddy trails to follow, rivers to cross and wade through, boulders to scramble over and around, and even sheer rock faces to climb and later, repel down. The reward for all that effort was a spectacular fresh-water shower in Grenada’s highest waterfall, something that few people will experience. We were especially happy when one of our friends who accompanied us, who is not a big hiker, told us that it was “the most fun he had had, ever!” That’s a pretty strong statement.
Unfortunately, after returning from our hike, I was greeted with a laptop computer that refuses to start. This is particularly frustrating because the laptop, just under a year old, worked just fine when I left in the morning. Could the cat have sabotaged it as we were out? I really hope I can get it working again today, and so does Rebecca, so I won’t have to keep borrowing her computer!
All photos credit Arthur Daniel.
I need to get up there?
This required some definite upper-body strength.
And some confidence!
We made it!
One of two high cascades.
You can’t beat a shower like this!
What goes up, must come down.
Cleaning off in the river after a great day of hiking.