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Bridal Veil Falls, Unlimited – What Pegman Saw

This week Pegman is back in the Southwestern US, in Bridal Veil Falls, Utah. Your mission is to write up to 150 words inspired by the prompt. Feel free to use the photo provided, or take your own tour of scenic Utah for something that inspires you.

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Thanks to Karen and Josh for hosting this challenge.  In my search for ideas for a story, I discovered that Bridal Veil Falls is an uninspired name – or rather, an over-inspired name 😉

©Ron Johnson, Google Maps

Bridal Veil Falls, Unlimited

“We can cross Utah off our list, now.  That’s how many, so far, just in the States?”

“Lemme see:  we went to Highlands, North Carolina, up to the smallest of the three Niagara falls in New York.  We came west and stopped at Telluride, Colorado, and now, here in Provo, Utah.  Means, four, so far.  Next we go to Yosemite Valley in California then we start the Canadian ones!”

“Seriously, of all the ‘Bridal Veil’ falls we’ve seen so far, this one looks the least like a bridal veil!”

“Gotta admit, you’re right.  Though, this one is special because it is a double cataract fall.”

“Meaning?”

“See how it looks like there are steps?  We can’t see the top one from here, but there is a pool for the first step, too.”

“A multi-tiered water fall.  So cool.  Can we climb up to the second pool?”

“Ya baby! Let’s go!”

32 thoughts on “Bridal Veil Falls, Unlimited – What Pegman Saw

  1. Q,

    Thank you for making geography fun again. For the first time! 😉

    The mark of good writing is the ability to deftly tuck an education into the adventures of the characters. When you present the reader with humor in lieu of textbooks, you’ve lit the fuse.

    Boom!

    B

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  2. I never knew there were any Bridal Veil falls, now you tell me there are lots? Fascinating. Wondering if any look much like a veil – unless they’re frozen of course! Lovely dialogue, very naturalistic and thanks for the geography lesson, Dale

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