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Snoqualmie Falls Park, Washington

Anyone remember the popular 90's show Twin Peaks?  If so, you might recognize this...



 We made a quick stop here as we headed off to visit some local wineries.  Snoqualmie Falls Park is located 30 miles outside Seattle, Washington.  An easy drive on I-90. 


I am a sucker for waterfalls! Never pass up seeing one.  Snoqualmie Falls did not disappoint! The powerful sound of the water crashing down below.  The soft mist wafting up to tickle my face.  Loved it!


Are you a lover of waterfalls like I am?  If so, where in the world is your favorite one?

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Comments

  1. Those are such beautiful waterfalls!

    Love love them. I could stare at them for hours and hours.

    So you're not alone ;)

    They are mother nature's fine work of art right?

    Thank you for sharing.

    Kay

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  2. I go out of my way to see a waterfall every time, too. They're like rainbows - rare, beautiful, and mesmerizing.

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