Where It All Began

Betsy at Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee. April 21, 2001.

Monday was a cold, rainy day here on the Plateau on Monday, so I had a chance to work on some more of my archived photographs.  One of the folders I was able to work with contained pictures of the first time Betsy and I went to Fall Creek Falls.

Betsy and I had had a couple of dates (dinner, a morning in the park and lunch) before that Saturday morning when we drove to Fall Creek Falls State  Park.  Although Betsy had been to the park a time or two before we met, I had never been there before.

The scenery in the park is fantastic.  It is centered around the Cane Creek Gorge, a fifteen-mile long gash that contains views remeniscent of the Grand Canyon.  A road along the rim provides several overlooks with fantastic views.

Betsy and I were impressed with the five major waterfalls within the park.  We visited each and every one.  But the high point of the day (at least for me) was our first kiss.

We realized we were falling in love on that first date to Fall Creek Falls in April, 2001.  We’ve managed to get back there almost every year since to celebrate that anniversary.  Fall Creek Falls will always be special for us.

If you would like to see more of our first trip to Fall Creek Falls click HERE.

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7 Responses to “Where It All Began”

  1. Becky Says:

    What a sweet post…I think Betsy got a “catch”!!!

  2. busy bee suz Says:

    Fall creek Falls+George+Betsy=LOVE!!!

  3. Susie Says:

    George ya’ll have the sweetest memories.

  4. Tricia Says:

    Ahhh The 1st kiss! You’re sooo sooo soooo sweeet, George! ONE IN A HUNDRED MILLION!

  5. Jen Says:

    I think it’s really neat that the tradition of going there.
    Here’s to Falling in love!

  6. MaryBeth Says:

    Aw ain’t that the sweetest. Fall Creek should be Milestone. LOL MB

  7. Carletta Says:

    What a sweet post George!
    You still sound like a man in love – you and Betsy are very lucky. 🙂

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