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    More waterfalls of the Bankhead Forest

    These are not in the Sipsey Wilderness but are in the National Forest. The first picture is where the forest service road previously went across Brushy Creek. The large waterfall is Sougdahoagee Falls. It is approximately 60 feet wide and the water falls approximately 50 feet. Enjoy.
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    Thanks for the pics. Looks like a great place to be. They even left you a towel in the first pic so if you want to swim across you can dry off.
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    Nice pictures, thanks. Was that a walking stick with the face carved on it ? I really enjoyed!
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    Great pics! Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danbeck View Post
    Nice pictures, thanks. Was that a walking stick with the face carved on it ? I really enjoyed!
    Thanks, yes my dad carved that for me while I was a scoutmaster of the local Boy Scout troop. Probably around 22 years old now. It's name is Rebel.
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    I love to go hiking around places like that!! A chance to enjoy nature and have the scenery be so awesome makes for wonderful times of solitude.

    Thanks for posting those. Next best thing to being there!!
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