Chittenango Falls

 Chittenango Falls State Park, Cazenovia, New York

167-foot waterfall, Madison County, cascades over 400-million-year-old bedrock.

on a sign seen within the park: "The Chittenango ovate amber snail, discovered here in 1905, is found nowhere else on earth. Trampling by park users, unaware of it existence, was a major factor affecting the snail's survival. Access into the snail's habitat is now very restricted, but it is uncertain whether this species will survive or fade into extinction."

...1842, a paper mill, 2 sawmills, a woolen factory, and a sash factory were located at the falls. ...

Violet #60 really enjoyed her visit to this state park with us, we always take traveling sheep with us on each and every journey. So fun to pick a few to go with us. This time it was 3 ladies: Val, Cilantro and Violet. Just a gorgeous area, perfect sunny kind of day. I lovely hiking state park, so fun to check it out. Now we didn't go the through the whole park, but it was so fun to see what we did. Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Take Care. Beth ( :


Jenn Jilks said…
What a lovely spot, and good to take buddies with you!
Linda said…
Your toy startled me, popping up all of a sudden! LOL

Fantastic waterfalls!

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