We went up the mountain today to walk the property lines, always a worthy endeavour.  In addition to bear, coyote, deer and turkey sign, and a little orange newt that absolutely refused to move; we came across a rather interesting seasonal waterfall.  Located in the southeast corner, the stream drains a small bowl; we only happened across it because the actual property line (when not lost) is just below the four foot tall rock face that it goes down across.  Once you have seen it, it is obvious due to the lack of forest debris and the profusion of moss.  The recent thunderstorm also made the stream’s path clear.  But so easy to miss if one walks ten feet to either side.  What one doesn’t know!