Roaring Brook - The Swimmin' Hole
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Summer-time is a great time to go shopping for new gadgets to keep stuff dry, there's lots more recreational kayakers out there these days.
To find this one you'll need to get into the brook after climbing down to the rocks. There is a trail but it is still pretty steep so stay low! Once under water, swim down about 7-8 feet which is as deep as it gets. Look to the side that is furthest away from the cliff. You'll only have to cover about 10 feet so it should be a pretty quick find. Since the old container was washed away by a storm that changed the look of the brook (many large boulders were also moved), now there is a new container. It is a floater...I used the metal bar that sticks out about a foot that WINDSORHILL told me about. Thanks Windsorhill, I never knew that was there! Please don't untie the lanyard from the bar, instead, just un-clip the caribeaner.
Also, please take the time to 'swim with the fishes'. There is a school of Brookies in there that really enjoyed the company. They are a beautifully colorful fish when you see them in this spot.
Hurry up and get there before any heavy rains or any cold weather. This one would be best enjoyed during a hot and muggy day. Be sure to bring a friend to take a picture of your face when you surface...simply breath-taking!
Qba'g sbetrg gb oevat n crapvy!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum