Water Level on the Boone Fork Overlook Trail - North Carolina
While in Blowing Rock, North Carolina, I headed south on the Blue Ridge Parkway to the Boone Fork Overlook. With the recent rains, I thought that the Wilson Creek would be flowing well under the bridge on the Tanawah Trail. Unfortunately it was not, it was quite weak. However, I did take this photo off the far end of the bridge and caught this nice little cascade.
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