My World: Rutledge Falls

Rutledge Falls, Tullahoma, Tennessee. February 14, 2009.

This is my post for the My World meme.  It is hosted by Klaus, Ivar, Sandy, Wren, Louise and Fishing Guy.  To learn more about our world or to join and share your part of the world, click HERE.

One advantage of living here on the Plateau is our close proximity to a number of very nice waterfalls.  I’ve mentioned several times that Fall Creek Falls State Park is only about an hour away.

There are several other waterfalls within a couple of hours of our house.  Rutledge Falls, near Tullahoma, Tennessee, is one of those waterfalls.  We visited Rutledge Falls on Valentine’s Day.  The waterfall is on private property, but the owners grant access to the public.

If you would like to see more of Rutledge Falls click HERE.

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12 Responses to “My World: Rutledge Falls”

  1. Jenn Jilks Says:

    I love the snow! They said on some Toronto (big city) network we can expect our ‘first snow of the season’ tonight. They have not had any, we’ve had a couple of big dumps of snow. sigh…

  2. Happily Retired Gal Says:

    You know how I love seeing all these beautiful waterfalls, and I’m delighted to report that we finally had ‘falling water’ all day yesterday though it seems to have dried up overnight. It’s WINDY at the moment but more rain is expected on Thursday and through the weekend. I’ve got my fingers crossed 😉
    Hugs and blessings,

  3. Susie Says:

    How nice to live so close to places to visit like this George!

  4. MaryBeth Says:

    Another beautiful waterfall. You are so lucky to live in such a beautiful area.

    Regarding my post: the header is a farm by my house but down in Skagit Valley. That is Mt. Baker in the background. The pics on my post are all on the ranch in Ritzville. Google ‘channelled scablands’ to see the geological history of the area. MB

  5. busy bee suz Says:

    This is so pretty!!!

  6. Mary Says:

    I’ve always thought it would be great to wade out into a falls and get wet and see from behind one. Probably much better to stay where it is dry 🙂

  7. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    I love waterfalls and this one is so lovely! Thanks for sharing!

    Enjoy your day, George!

    Sylvia

  8. VioletSky Says:

    One could never tire of waterfalls, I think.
    Imagine having your own private waterfall! Very generous of these people to share.

  9. Rose Says:

    These are beauties…I am also talking about the ones below. I saw a calendar of waterfalls yesterday and thought of you guys.

  10. Eileen Says:

    Another beautiful waterfall, George! Great photo.

  11. Cheryl Says:

    How wonderful it must be to live in an area that has so many waterfalls. No wonder you enjoy exploring and hiking. I love the snow!

  12. Rose Says:

    It sure is nice of the owner to allow access to that waterfall; it is beautiful.

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