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    waterfall hunting

    My wife and I visited nearby Pixley Falls Sate Park yesterday.

    Here's the proof:

    The main falls:

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    The mist coming off the main falls:

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    A minor falls emptying into the same pool as the main falls:

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    An even smaller falls on the way to the main falls:

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    The dogs showing off where their gift to the park came from (we brought and employed plastic bags like responsible owners):

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    Love your title to the thread. I was going to ask what caliber you used for your "hunting" and were they hard to kill. But, that's just too corny, so I won't bring it up.
    BTW, in a State Park, I believe you would be forgiven for not doing your doggie duties. After all, they wouldn't be the only animals doing their duty in the forest.
    Neat pictures, glad y'all enjoyed the outing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Love your title to the thread. I was going to ask what caliber you used for your "hunting" and were they hard to kill. But, that's just too corny, so I won't bring it up. .
    Seems to me you'd have to use a squirt gun!

    Nice pix Mark. Thanks for posting these. Looks like a really nice place.
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    Beatiful place Mark.

    I'm sure all of you enjoyed the hiking.

    BTW. Have you done any photoshop blurring on the last pic? At least it looks like that.
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    No, we just are very amateur photographers.

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