Brandywine Falls: Water tumbles down layers of shale at Brandywine Falls, creating a bridal veil. At 65 feet, Brandywine Falls is the highest in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Historically, it powered saw, woolen, and grist mills that became the center of a 19th-century village. Today, visitors to the falls can reflect on how nature can shape the growth of human communities.
April 50 RR from carolreader