|Our friends, Will and Leslie, were up for an adventure, so we planned a hike up to Antelope Falls in Mayflower Bocawina
|It has been rainy recently, so we wondered how wet and muddy the trail would be.
|It turned out to not be bad at all. Leslie even commented how well done the trail was because it shed water quickly.
|Will checking out the waterfall on the way up to the swimming pool
|The amazing view from the viewpoint
|Leslie and Will
|Leslie enjoyed the cool water of the swimming pool. It's a fitting reward for the hike because you are always completely
covered in sweat by the time you get to the top.
|Will climbed up above the falls and said he found about six other smaller swimming pools going on up the creek.
|It started to rain while we were at the swimming pool, and we decided it was time to head back down anyway.
|Cara got a picture of Will taking a picture of Leslie.
|Normally we see lizards and leaf-cutter ants on the trail, but because it has been rainy we saw
toads this time.
|This guy blended in pretty well and Cara only saw him because he moved.
|Mayan ruins on the Antelope Falls trail
|We stopped in for drinks at the restaurant at Bocawina Rainforest Resort & Adventures while it rained, and we decided to go
|We checked out the lovely scenery around the restaurant.
|Love the natural planters - palm fronds and coconut shells!
|The rainy day made for a beautiful misty mountain scene as we headed out.
|Will and Eric gearing up
|Eric coming in hot - the wet ropes made us go much faster, which was loads of fun!!!
|Will heading out on a long run
|Will coming in on the longest line (2300 feet) - we all had a great time!
|That night we went to Driftwood Beach Bar & Pizza Shack for dinner. The path to the bathroom was flooded, so we had to
walk on beer crates to get there.
|Driftwood makes all kinds of good food (not just pizza) - Eric loved his Fish & Chips.