Monday, July 14, 2014

Blue Ridge Parkway Falls and Blue Ridge Discovery Center Happening!

My Artwork

secludedwaterfallcopyrightSecluded Waterfall   Original 14"x11" Oil Painting      $313

Prints on Paper or Canvas and Greeting Cards Available at  KENDALL KESSLER ART

fivemilemtcopyrightAnother Look at Five Mil Mountain   Original 25"x40" Oil Painting   $2025

Prints on Paper or Canvas and Greeting Cards Available at   KENDALL KESSLER

I thought it would be fun to look at all the beautiful falls in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains!  I have always been fascinated by falls and when I was in college I often hiked up to the Cascades in the Jefferson National Forest in Giles County.

The hike is two miles long and is an up hill climb.  It is great fun to watch the rushing water and the light coming through the trees.  I have one painting of what is called The Roman Road that I sold to a great patron in Martinsville.  I also sold a print to the creator of that section of the trail.

The water is extremely cold in the pool at the falls but I spent many summers at Rehoboth Beach where the water is also very cold so I liked swimming under the falls!  Some of my fondest memories are of that beautiful place!  I hope to go there again sometime soon.  It has been a while.

The Top 10 Blue Ridge Parkway Waterfalls



Blue Ridge Parkway WaterfallsTop 10 Blue Ridge Parkway Waterfalls

Graphic by Blue Ridge Parkway Daily

 Life with The Bird and Word Man - Clyde Kessler

Upcoming Blue Ridge Discovery Center Happening!

July 27th, 2014: The Channels, Clinch Mountain

Leaders: Ronald Kirby and Fred Newcomb
One of southwest Virginia’s most spectacular and unusual natural preserves will be explored on this Blue Ridge Expeditions (BRE) hike which is sponsored by the Blue Ridge Discovery Center (BRDC). The part of Clinch Mountain known as The Channels is an area of huge sandstone rock outcroppings where ancient forces have created a maze of giant fissures, some of which now serve as passageways somewhat similar to slot canyons of the western states.
The hike will be a 5 mile round trip of moderate difficulty and will take place on Sunday, July 27. Geology expert Fred Newcomb and Ronald Kirby will lead the group. Participants should call (276) 579-4011 to register and for more information.

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