Bear Falls and underneath is the Chickasaw Language Translation. The Chickasaw National Recreation was once the historic Platt National park. A park that maintains the natural beauty of the cold spring water that runs down Travertine Creek into the historic town of Sulphur.
With temperatures over 105 today the water was refreshing. While lakes often have blue-green algae alerts the water of the creek is cool and refreshing. Frigid most of the year, but perfect in July. My kids love this place.
On the way to Sulphur my boys were discussing how to "make money" and my youngest son told his older brother that "the easiest way to make a lot of money was through hard work." Not a bad sentiment from an eleven year old child.
"We're like Pokemon, just a little bit. But it takes a long, long time to evolve."