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Saint John, Silver Falls, Swimming hole, Spring
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Silver Falls is located in east Saint John. It is hidden between urban and industrial setting with four distinct falls with individual pools. It has a couple large pools that make a popular swimming area in the summer for the locals. Very few locals seam to know about this swimming spot. Captured here in the spring the water is too cold for me. But a freshly abandoned towel indicates that swimming season has already started.

Discover Silver Falls through geocaching at http://coord.info/GC7FC4

Copyright: Jim Watters
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Tags: falls; water; saint john; new brunswick; geocache; swimming
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