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A Creek Runs through it

Labor Day weekend 2006 I backpacked the Moonbow trail from Cumberland Falls State Resort Park to Bark Camp Creek and back the next day. This is a very majestic area of Kentucky's wilderness.

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Bark Camp Creek. This picture really doesn't portray the size of this creek.  In a word it is Huge.

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Bark Camp Creek Shelter. My home for the evening.

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The Cumberland River looking downstream.

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The Cumberland River looking upstream.

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Dog Slaughter Falls

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A Beaver crossed the trail in front of me and made a run for Dog Slaughter Creek. I was only able to photograph him running away. (Center)

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A unique rock formation.  

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A Sheltowee trace outfitters excursion.

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Zooming in on Cumberland Falls.

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Eagle falls from the other side of the river.

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The Big Daddy of Kentucky's many waterfalls.