Clifton Gorge Revisited ’21

Our latest “reunion” was at Clifton Gorge today.  It’s a deep canyon cut by ancient glaciers, with the Little Miami River rushing through it down below, and towering cliffs with huge old trees clinging to them above.  They’ve rebuilt and improved many of the wooden stairways, bridges, and boardwalks since we were last there years ago.  It was a perfect cool fall day with both colorful turning leaves and persisting greenery sheltered by the rocks and cliffs.


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