Last year I was hit with being disabling dizzy. It lasted several days I remember going with my hubby to Roan Mountain before it was completely gone.
This year it hit again in the evening with no warning. That night was bad, the entire next day was so bad I felt like I had to lay down and hang on to the bed. I couldn’t do much of anything. The next day was some better, followed by the next day where I went on a photo outing with a new friend, Karen, I met at the local camera club.
Watched and photographed the hummingbirds as their feeding (and feeder guarding) has increased. I guess even though it’s entirely too hot for they can feel the migration time nearing. I can NOT believe it somehow is October already. I haven’t touched our books since last year when I had to do all of 2018 at one time and vowed to do better this year. I have not, and now it’s time to get out and photograph my favorite season. That puts me right back to months of sitting at the computer doing all of our self-employment books, and getting things ready for taxes. #Ineverlearn
Between my shoulder, our cats and hubbies schedule we sure haven’t done much hiking this year. I fetched the bear spray from my pristine camera backpack and we took off for our make up anniversary outing we postponed.
We changed the place to see and decided on Raven Cliff Falls in SC. Raven Cluff Falls is on Matthews Creek in Ceasars Head Park. It is the tallest waterfall in South Carolina, somewhere between 320 and 400 feet, depending on what you read and where they measured as it looks like the start of it could be hard to determine. Regardless of the exact size, it was a site to see. Continue reading →