We arrived at the Lake Rose Lot just before 10a.m. Tim re-read Greg’s text message and saw his Pick-up parked a few spots over, so we headed out. We did a speedy hike across the Highland Trail (and shortcut to F.L. Ricketts Falls).
I stopped at Shawnee Falls and Tim continued down the trail. I skipped over Huron Falls, but stopped at Ozone. That is where we met up with Greg. We chatted for a bit and decided to stop at the iconic spot below Ozone Falls.
Greg and I did some “spring cleaning” at R.B. Ricketts Falls… there was a large log right in the middle of the stream. Also cleared some debris away as well. It was a good 5 – 10 min workout. Tim caught up with us as we were setting up our tripods. And all three of us were together until we drifted apart just below R.B. Ricketts.
I continued down Glen Leigh stopping at: “Aaron’s Cascade“, “The Triangle“, B. Reynolds Falls and Wyandot Falls.
Took a lunch break at Waters Meet. Set up the iPhone and captured the prerequisite Time-Lapse while I ate my lunch. Once I finished, I took an iPhone long exposure with Cogitap‘s SlowShutterCam. Then I snapped my usual iPhone panorama on the bridge at Waters Meet.
Onward and upward… I hiked up Ganoga Glen stopping at: Erie Falls, Tuscarora Falls, Mohican Falls, Delaware Falls and Seneca Falls. I took a look at Ganoga Falls, but a tree had fallen and debris was laying in the water pool on the left side of the falls. So I continued up the trail.
I was shooting Cayuga Falls when Tim and Greg caught back up with me. We stuck together the remainder of the hike. We stopped at Oneida Falls, but skipped over Mohawk. (water flow was looking thin)
Got back to the Lake Rose Lot and chatted for a little bit before heading out. By then the sun was out completely. (and Tim had to get back for his son’s Chorus event)