Amazing place outside of Highlands, NC (near where the North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia state lines all converge). Ironically, it’s called “dry falls”, I guess because there’s a path that lets you walk behind it and stay relatively dry. Haven’t been in several years but I’d love to go back.

(Source: Flickr / timothywildey)

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    yeah….okay…why haven’t I been here yet? This place looks so great right now.
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    I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been here as a kid.
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    I need to go here as soon as possible! Oh my goshhh
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    Boy, do I miss you.
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