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    Oh cool! You know I would have went with you
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    I didnt know where it was and the girl who I took pictures of showed me when I dropped off the CD of her shots to her. You were at work.....

    Quote Originally Posted by kdenkers
    Oh cool! You know I would have went with you
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    Work.. blah!
    I want to go to that one we were talking about in Stillwater.. but I am really not a fan of sewers.. yuck!
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    Ya me neither! gross!

    Quote Originally Posted by kdenkers
    Work.. blah!
    I want to go to that one we were talking about in Stillwater.. but I am really not a fan of sewers.. yuck!
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    i used to play in that creek all the time, maybe thats whats wrong with me lol. i was talking to a guy at my work and he said it isnt much of a waterfall anymore. i dont know how true it is. i havnt been there in about 15 years. im not sure if im talking about the same falls as MrsCL but if you go across hemstreet bridge in mechanicville, follow 67 heading east for a few miles till you hit buttermilk falls rd. turn on that and there is 2 small falls on that road. one is hard to find, its on the right side of road across a small field the other you cant miss its right next to the road.
    Quote Originally Posted by kdenkers
    I got the low down on the one off of Castle Road... first of all, don't go alone, it had dangerous cliffs. The Trailer park sewer runs into it as well... its a tough hike... I still want to go.. it borders on the farm where I keep my horse. Eventually I will go..

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    Yes that is the one I went to...the one right off the road....

    There is falls in Schadacoke (I know I spelled that wrong lol) also...called the star...used to go there swimming when I was a kid....I forgot about them...

    Quote Originally Posted by fjcallahan
    i used to play in that creek all the time, maybe thats whats wrong with me lol. i was talking to a guy at my work and he said it isnt much of a waterfall anymore. i dont know how true it is. i havnt been there in about 15 years. im not sure if im talking about the same falls as MrsCL but if you go across hemstreet bridge in mechanicville, follow 67 heading east for a few miles till you hit buttermilk falls rd. turn on that and there is 2 small falls on that road. one is hard to find, its on the right side of road across a small field the other you cant miss its right next to the road.
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    Oh yeah... forgot all about the star... that would be a COOL place to shoot at...
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