Little Zigzag Falls (mountains trees water waterfalls ). Photo by jg64

Little Zigzag Falls

Uploaded by: jg64

Thursday October 4, 2012

Rhododendron, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A beautiful hike that follows the Little Zigzag River that leads deep into the shadowy forest for an up-close view of Little Zigzag Falls. Height of the falls is 41-feet.

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October 4, 2012 Photo Series

About jg64

jg64

Greetings from Mount Hood!My name is Julie Gomez (http://about.me/julie.gomez) I am an author, columnist, blogger, artist, and naturalist who enjoys hiking, fly fishing, photography, and reading paperbacks. I make my home in the beautiful Cascade Mountain foothills near the boundary of the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness of the Mount Hood National Forest, where 11,240' Mt. Hood breaths life into miles of glacial fed rivers and streams, hundreds of snow-fed lakes, and miles of wilderness. "Simple living is a joy in itself. It puts things in their right places and leaves time for doing happy things, studying the world about us, fishing, or just dreaming." —Alice S. Hutchens, from "The Gift of Little things. --Live life outdoors! *Links to my websites can be found in my WunderBlog.Ameriplan USA

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