Whatever that meant.
In any event, I also wrote that, this weekend I would venture beyond this sign to see what it was all about.
The first thing I noticed was that the sign was down.
The next thing I noticed was this terrain is very hilly with many bramble patches. You cannot move “straight ahead” as the former sign suggested.
The beautiful waterfall turns out to be a bit of an exaggeration. It is beautiful but it is also rather small.
The old dump was actually pretty interesting. At one time people lived back in here. We discovered a few old foundations and other evidence of the former inhabitants.
Again, I am not certain whether this is private property or part of the Patapsco State Park. As I mentioned in the original post, the boundaries are little fuzzy around here.All in all, my daughter and I enjoyed our investigative hike. It was a great way to spend an early spring afternoon.