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Featured on WTNH Connecticut Style July 13, 2011
Grand Opening Side Trail to Spruce Glen Falls
A joint hike with Connecticut Waterfalls Webmaster David Ellis and the Wallingford Land Trust
2003 Waterfall Visits and Updates
This now brings to a total of 104 waterfalls I have identified in the state and I have visited 49 of them.
2002 Waterfall Visits and Updates
June 13, 2002: The New York Times on the Web
"The Search-Engine Getaway"
You will be asked to register (free) with www.nytimes.com to access the article.
2001 Waterfall Visits and Updates
I have updated the site with the 11 waterfalls I visited in 2001. The year was a very odd year for rain fall. We had a snowy winter making a large spring runnoff. But April and May saw rain fall well below normal. Late in the sprng and early summer the rains resumed. The summer was fairly normal for rainfall, however the fall was well below normal. I was thus unable to visit very many falls during the fall. The additional waterfalls are...
This now brings to a total of 68 waterfalls I have identified in the state and I have visited 30 of them.
I have made several other improvements to the site. I have added a clickable image map of the State of Connecticut identifying the location of the waterfalls. I have added street and topographical maps on the waterfall direction pages. Now you can also order prints of some of your favorite waterfall pictures.
May 14, 2001: The Hartford Courant
"Finding Magic In Waterfalls"
2000 Waterfall Visits and Updates
I have updated the site with the ten waterfalls I visited in 2000. The year was a very rainy year making up for the drought of 1999. The additional waterfalls are...
This now brings to a total of 31 waterfalls I have identified in the state and I have visited 19 of them.
January 2000: First Publication
This is the first publication of the site, publishing the falls and data I gathered during 1999. I will most likely update the site during the winter, updating with the pictures and data gathered during the previous year.
Unfortunately my waterfall visits were limited by 1999 drought in the Northeastern United States. Many streams were well below normal levels by late spring. Most did not recover to more seasonal levels until late fall. Lets hope 2000 is a more typical year.
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