This weekend is a bit of a repeat from last weekend with visits to icy places and botanical gardens (to recover from the cold)
While Columbus doesn’t have anything close to Lake Erie, they do have a few streams that have enough drop to have small waterfalls, including Indian Run Falls in Dublin.
The falls are very small, but with enough splash onto the rocks for some nice ice formations.
As noted in the Cleveland ice posting it had warmed up and rained (a lot) but it is now very cold again, resulting in frozen puddles, with interesting patterns frozen in them.
Further down river is Hayden Run Falls, the best in town. There is a nice boardwalk to get back to the falls, crossing over the flooded bottom.
After a short distance you arrive at the falls. The Featured Image for this posting has a closer photo of the falls.
Everything within 200′ of the falls had a nice coating on it from the continual mist coming off the water, although mostly on the side facing the falls.
The ravine walls had numerous icicles all over them
As we made our way back down the boardwalk we could hear the ducks quacking away.
Our last stop was Griggs Dam. Again with all the recent rain and snow melt off there is flooding, so the dam’s for the reservoirs are running at full capacity.
With this being a dam, and not a waterfalls there is little spray to cause ice formation right at the dam, but just down stream the trees along the banks were covered in ice.
They aren’t Niagara Falls, but a nice way to spend a few cold hours on a Sunday morning.