|Gary Stephes and Joe Nerio (hiking friends)|
|Rock Shelter from Creek|
|Easy-route view of Creek|
|Cave on opposite side of Creek|
|Close up view of entrance area|
There is the 'island', that is special in and of itself.
There is the stream of water that flows out of the the side of the mountain, that, during dry periods, exhibits greater flow than Sewanee Creek, itself.
|Grant Miller observing stream flowing from inside the mountain|
|Sewanee Creek funneled|
|Same creek bed during dry season|
There is so much more to explore, both upstream and downstream. I have done some exploration, and plan to do much more in the future.
Creating additional trails leading to Sewanee Creek, and ultimately connecting to the trail I have already built, could be done. I'm thinking primarily of Miller Creek downstream, and the Creek on Lot #21 upstream, both of which feed into Sewanee Creek and both of which have substantial waterfalls that would make these additional trails highly desirable.