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Visit one of the planet's Bridal Veil Falls on your honeymoon

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avatar Visit one of the planet's Bridal Veil Falls on your honeymoon
June 17, 2009 06:06PM
Ever notice how many waterfalls are named Bridal Veil? Many, many more than you might imagine. Presumably named for their long, white, lacy-looking fall of water, Bridal Veil waterfalls are located all around the world—and chances are fair that there may be a BVF somewhere near your honeymoon destination. That practically screams "Photo Op!"

http://www.examiner.com/x-9739-SF-Honeymoon-Travel-Examiner~y2009m6d17-Visit-one-of-the-planets-Bridal-Veil-Falls-on-your-honeymoon
avatar Re: Visit one of the planet's Bridal Veil Falls on your honeymoon
June 17, 2009 06:09PM
Ever notice how friggin cool the chick-on is?

Chickon Boo
avatar Re: Visit one of the planet's Bridal Veil Falls on your honeymoon
June 17, 2009 07:18PM
There's a Bridal Veil Falls on US 50 near Tahoe. There's a pullout right on the side of the highway.

avatar Re: Visit one of the planet's Bridal Veil Falls on your honeymoon
June 18, 2009 07:04AM
North Carolina has one also in the western mountains. I wonder how many there are in the entire country?

Jim
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