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Ausable Chasm, New York




"Ausable Chasm", New York. I think a lot of people tend to think of New York as only the NEW YORK CITY, but the state has so much to offer. Amazing must see sights. This is one of those sights.


Our visit was on a very calm day. Only a few visitors. Such an amazing hike too. It's video time. I love looking back at our trips. So fun. If you celebrate Thanksgiving hope it is a day full of turkey all those great trimmings. If it's just a normal chilly fall day you enjoy that too.  Beth ( : 

Comments

TexWisGirl said…
beautiful and rugged area.
eileeninmd said…
Hi Beth, looks like another awesome place to visit. wonderful post and images.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
More beautiful natural wonders, and I love that train bridge! Have a happy Thanksgiving, Beth. xo
Missy George said…
Beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family:)*
Ruth Hiebert said…
These scenes look amazing. Happy Thanksgiving to you.
William Kendall said…
That is impressive!
Christian Weiß said…
A stunning landscape.
Beth, your photos are gorgeous! I'd love to see that chasm. I've only ever seen a tiny part of New York state when we visited Niagara Falls years ago.
Stephanie said…
Beautiful images!
Bethany Carson said…
Enjoyed your photos! Indeed that is a very beautiful place. Thanks for the Thanksgiving wishes! Enjoyed time with family and a delicious dinner, and now I'm looking forward to leftovers tomorrow! Hope you had a great day as well!
Lorrie said…
Gorgeous landscapes. We drove through NY State several (many) years ago and the prettiness of the landscape really caught my eye. Winding rivers, lush trees - lots to see.
How glorious! Who knew?!
Rose said…
I am one of those that immediately think of New York City, but I know better. I know it has some really beautiful places..like these here!
Sharon Wagner said…
It looks like a great hike. Nature at work.
Tanya Breese said…
so pretty beth!!
Gunilla Bäck said…
Wow, what an amazing place to visit!

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