First of all this was not my idea. I was casually reading another thread and someone mentioned some hidden water slides.
It wasn't long before I was on Google and searching for coordinates to find the place. After a few hours of reading I only found a set of numbers that made sense. Most of the coordinates I had found were way to long. They had to many numbers. Being the avid Geocacher that I am, I went over to the geocaching site to look and see if there were any geocaches to assist us in finding the hidden gem. Wasn't long before we had a popcorn trail to fallow right to the TH.
Our first stop on the popcorn trail was at the Johnsondale bridge. After looking around for the Geocache we stopped at marveled at the beauty in front of us.
We walked down a bit further and got a great shot of the water below.
The other geocaches really didn't offer anything more than forest. We didn't feel it was anything special to take picture of so we just pressed on the the trail head. It's nothing more then a green locked gate without the trail number. It looks like the sign had been busted off just above the ground.
We packed some munchies and a lot of water for the trek. I knew it was only .66 of a mile but figure I better bring water because it was 103*
We walked along the fire road simply chit chatting about things going on here at home. Nothing major. I don't get out with my girl much these days due to her work so it was great to catch up. When all of a sudden she stops and grabs my arm. It hit me with surprise because I was mid sentence. When I looked up, here is what had got her attention.
We were like a couple of kids. We ran over and started high fiving and did a chest pump.......it was so much fun to feel so good.
Once we settled down, we decided to take a few pics before going in.
Here is another angle.
Below are some other pictures we thought you would enjoy.
And that is the trip we called, operation slip and slide!