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Old Yesterday, 08:49 PM   #31
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ausable chasm in the adirondacks of NY is pretty awesome. i remembered it from having been there in my pre-teens. i lived not all that far from there on the NJ/NY border, i discovered i had acrophobia there at the chasm. that suspension bridge did me in. scared the stuffing outta me; you could look thru the gaps in the floor boards and the bridge wobbles and sways. looks unchanged from my day.

they are a tad smaller than the ones in the film tho. and i certainly would not want to see what was left of anyone jumping off the waterfalls.

letchworth and watkins glen are also upstate. the geneses river has sme interesting topography too.

Yes Wayne, i grew up in New York and i'm quite familiar with the landscape of upstate. The Adirondacks in NY are indeed quite beautiful as are the Catskills. But the landscape has nowhere near the scale of cliffs and waterfalls used from the Chimney Rock area of North Carolina in the film.
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i noted the sword too. figured it was either artistic license or a peace piece (da debble made me say that) presented to the chief.

'nother pair of my recent 'native american' ball clubs, just for the halibut.:
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