8 comments on “Seldom Seen: Ash Creek Falls

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  6. Hi! I have been perusing your site for the last half hour, considering when to plan a trip to Shasta… which is my mountain home. I am writing from DFW… Denton to be exact. I saw that you have also experienced nature starvation in Dallas, so I wanted to wave and say “hi!” I am living vicariously through your articles today. Did you study at UNT?

    Thank you for writing- Panther Meadows is my favorite, but now I am curious to check out Ash Creek Falls.


    • Hi Lea! Thanks for saying hi. I really do love to hear from people with a Dallas connection. That was one of the hardest 4 years of my life, due to school (not UNT) but also because of being cut off from the world that I had completely taken for granted back home in California. My time in Texas was utterly formative for me and this website or anything connected to it would not exist if I had not been out there. That said, I did discover a great deal of beauty in that region. My favorite spot was the Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma. If you have not been there, I can’t urge you to go strongly enough. It is far grander and beautiful than I thought anything within a 3 hour drive of the metroplex could be. Shoot me an email (contact page) if you want, I would be happy to share some maps and such, as well as some other areas I spent time in, if you are interested. I am happy to help discover new, awesome places out here in Shasta too!

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