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As we said yesterday, we are on another S-RV adventure. On Saturday, we went up into Kentucky to Cumberland Falls State Park. When we got to the falls area itself, the humans decided we should stay in our air-conditioned S-RV. The trail down to view the falls was fairly short and crowded with visitors. While we are convinced that all humans must love us, apparently there are some that do not. So our humans do not believe it is fair to us or to the other visitors for us to be on a trail like that. And, besides, it was hot and this is not a river for us to play in. We think even Bricey would agree this water is too fast and deep. They did bring us back some pictures though:
But we did get to go on hikes that were more appropriate for us. Secluded trails where we rarely saw others. And, best of all, we got to go on lots of trippy trap bridges. The first one was a fairly substantial bridge and may not actually qualify as a trippy trap, but it was fun as the Red Team demonstrates:
And here is the gray and white team on the same bridge. They are all on one side because they were playing their favorite bridge game – push each other off the bridge. Fortunately, this one had wire on either side.
Here we are fearlessly approaching one without any rails. So fearlessly, in fact, that we were moving so fast as to cause the shots to be blurred. That or our cameraman forgot to change the settings for the low light of an early morning walk in the woods:
But we made it across safely, if quickly.
The ones with railings were more challenging because of the width, but it stopped our favorite game of trying to push each other off.
Much easier when the bridge is wider.
And here is Kiska demonstrating her own favorite trippy-trap bridge. Ok, maybe this one does not qualify either, but she really liked it.
Have a happy Sunday!
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