Blue Sky Farm

My blogging posts and photos are part of me . I think of this as a scrapbook of my life. The names have not been changed.. they are real people who have crossed my path along my journey. Some I know intimately, my family and friends. If their names are mentioned it's a sure sign they are special to me and I love them dearly...come along see for yourself, perhaps you know some of them too..

September 15, 2010

Where are the Falls in Klamath Falls?

Well we looked for them.. We walked about a mile over sage brush & old paths where we thought they might be. There is a great building site.. If they were building homes right now.  Called Links River estates. The power is in as you see the street lamp.. Over looking Upper Klamath Lake. What a pretty view. This is where the Links River and the Lake meet.. Do you see the Falls? No? Well guess what?  The Big Falls, we expectedto find...  sorry They do not exist..   It was a nice day to get some walking in however and Klamath Falls is a very quiet farm country community.   Come visit sometime.


Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Hi Cheryl,
So glad you came by. I love the pretty scenes above, reminds me of Wisconsin a bit.
Hope to hear from you again.

Mary said...

Cheryl, Take the Link River trail near the Museum. You will come to a power station near the entrance. The water from the falls was used there (obviously). Continue on with the canal on your left and the River on your right. After about 0.5 miles, you will come to the dam and it is there where the Falls were in the past. If you continue to the other end of the trail, you'll come out at Klamath Lake and near Moore Park.

Nancy Jo said...

Hi Cheryl,
Living by water is a good thing, the farm I was brought up on, had a river right behind the barns. I miss that.
Your Sun flowers are so pretty. The critters always eat mine.
Nancy Jo