After enjoying this lovely sight and the coolness of the water and the mist, we climbed to the old Railroad Trestle high above the falls.
I'm really out of shape and I'll admit it was a struggle for me to keep going. We had some time constraints, so Jim went on ahead while I made my way slowly to the top. I stopped a few times, but was determined to complete climb. You can imagine my consternation when I reached the top of the trail only to find a that there was a road we could have driven to the Trestle.
I caught Jim just as he was about to walk out on the bridge and he waited for me. He was surprised. He didn't think I'd make it to the top. After 39 years he should know I can be tenacious when I want.
In spite of my fear of heights, I did make it out onto the trestle though I didn't stay long. One quick picture and I was out of there.
Letchworth was another thing on our list for this summer so we were really glad we made the effort on this glorious fall day. The only downside of the trip was that it was entirely too short. We came home dreaming of next summer and maybe two whole days of hiking this glorious park.