First we stopped at a cemetary to check the family's gravesites, where we recently planted flowers. The flowering crabs were in bloom all over the cemetary and were just gorgeous.
Here is a pink flowering crab:
Then, my husband told me he wanted to show me a "hidden waterfall". He said he used to go fishing there a lot when he was growing up, and that it wasn't marked anywhere with signs. He said he just found it by accident one day when he was fishing his way up the river.
When he stopped the car, I couldn't hear any waterfalls or see anything but thick woods. I asked him if it was far, and he said no. I asked him if it was going to be a difficult hike to get to it and he assured me it was not.
So I followed him into the woods. After a few feet, I had to crawl over some logs and it got a little hard for me, but he held out his hand and helped me climb over a few trees and through a thicket, and he was correct. It wasn't far and it was a really pretty little waterfall:
This is the top "shelf" of the waterfall:
As we walked around in another spot, I saw that the Trilliums are still blooming, but some are turning pink, indicating they were at the end of their lives. These are my favorite wildflowers:
Hubby spotted these purple wildflowers. Does anyone know their name?:
I am always on the look-out for tree mushrooms, and spotted these:
Down a river we saw this cute little cabin: