First I'd like to give special thanks to my friend John Bedard not only for his pictures of Webb Falls, Wahconah Falls, and Niagara Falls, but especially for his accompanying me on several of my waterfall trips. John is a man who doesn't mind trudging around in the woods while surrounded by black flies and while carrying loads of camera equipment to look for obscure falls on insignificant streams. He has been a welcome companion.
I'd also like to especially thank my daughter Hillary for humoring my interest in waterfalls and joining me on several waterfall trips.
Finally last but not least I'd like to thank my wife, Sharon for also humoring my interest in waterfalls and for taking the time to explore some falls with me on our vacations.
The following list are the names of other people who have contributed to this site. These people all granted me permission to have their name posted here. If you would like to contribute something to my site but would rather not have your name mentioned, that is fine. Just let me know and I will honor your request. The list below is alphabetical in last name.
Note: I used to post email addresses on this page but in today's world that no longer seems like a great idea. Let me know if you are on this list and specifically want your email address posted. If I don't hear otherwise I will assume you want your email address kept private.
Jon Binder is a waterfall enthusiast with a lot of knowledge of falls in the New York area. He sent me detailed information about Tenant Creek Falls and Split Rock Falls in the Adirondack mountains. He has his own waterfall page.
Brad Charbonneau is a photographer and an enthusiast of the waterfalls of the White Mountains. He sent me a very nice list of those falls. I'd like to thank him for the list, and for our email conversations about waterfalls.
Deanna Flynn sent me a description and picture of Houston Brook Falls.
Dean Goss sent me an excellent list of Vermont and New Hampshire waterfalls that I haven't yet seen. He is an avid waterfall enthusiast and we've exchanged a fair amount of email over the months. He has his own waterfall page.
Kim Nilsen, president of the Cohos Trail Association, drew my attention to several waterfalls in northern New Hampshire and to the developing Cohos Trail.
John Roberts sent me a very nice description of Bolton Potholes along with some pictures of the potholes.
Roy Sunter sent me some information on a few waterfalls in south western New Hampshire that I haven't yet seen, a list of some interesting spots in Massachusetts, and some additional information about Royalston Falls.
Rick Tyrseck sent me an excellent picture of Bash Bish Falls in Massachusetts.
Finally I'd like to thank all the other people I haven't specifically mentioned who have written to me to comment on this page. Many of you have made suggestions and corrections. I really appreciate that. I also enjoy just talking about waterfalls!
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