“I once went camping with about 5 or so other friends. This was in Pisgah national forest in the mountains of NC. There are some amazing waterfalls in this area, one called Rainbow Falls, it’s about 125 feet from river above to ground below. There’s a spot that’s about 1/3 the way up the side of Rainbow Falls where you can climb up some branches, then basically repel down a rockface, shimmy out on a ledge and jump about 30-40 feet into the nice deep pool in the river at the bottom of the waterfall. My friends and I had climbed out on the ledge and were about to jump when we noticed that there was another group of people hanging out in the river below us. They started cheering us on and encouraging us to jump (as it is slightly terrifying). Anyways we ended up jumping and once in the river below we talked some of the other group of people, they seemed pretty cool.
Fast forward 1 year, we had so much fun a year earlier that we decided to go back again. This time we camped a little further down the river, and we decided to climb on some rocks down river from the waterfall, about 3 or 4 hundred yards from the waterfall. I was climbing on one rock and found something that looked like a strap of some kind. Assuming it was trash, I didn’t touch it but when I pointed it out to one of my friends he noticed it was actually a Gopro camera in a waterproof case, so he decided to keep it.