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Madison Creek Falls, Olympic National Park, Washington




Madison Creek Falls trail, was a gorgeous area of Olympic National Park, in Washington. This national park is so huge.


Check out this vlog of the waterfall. Sherman (the sheep) makes an appearance. We have 2, #49 sheep named after the race car driver Brent Sherman, I am not familiar with him, maybe you know of him, some how the hubby is able to keep the 2 sheep separate, I can not. Something about their ears??! Have a great day!!! Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, pretty photos and video of the Madison Falls. I like the cute sheep!

Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
William Kendall said…
Quite a lovely waterfall! Sherman's a cute addition!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Beautiful water falls.
George said…
Thanks for sharing another beautiful waterfall with us.
TexWisGirl said…
very pretty.
A Quiet Corner said…
NICE!!! Aren't you afraid you're little partner will get blown over???...:)JP
Missy George said…
Beautiful falls..The sheep looks like "Lambchop"...You aren't old enough to know about him??
Debbie said…
That's a beautiful spot beth, I enjoyed the video and listening to the sound of the water!!
Stephanie said…
That is a pretty waterfall!
Betsy Adams said…
Wow---Gorgeous waterfall. I hope that we can get to that area sometime and see that one...

Love the little sheep.

Hugs,
Betsy
don said…
A fine collection of images of this pretty water fall.
Rose said…
I think I would love this place!
EG CameraGirl said…
Cute idea to take your sheep so they can enjoy the views too. ;)
lynn cockrell said…
That is one beautiful place, Beth! The video of the sheep photobombing is funny too.
Tony McGurk said…
Looks like a beautiful area to relax & enjoy nature. Had a laugh at Sherman';s brief appearance in the video.
genie said…
I really do enjoy your photos even if I give you a hard time. These falls are so pretty.

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