Until yesterday, I did not realize just how much into fall we really are. Does that make sense? Can time really slip away that quickly? I absolutely love living where I do because I can hop in the car and drive a few miles north and end up standing beside a beautiful mountain stream like [...]
After last week's two mile hike straight uphill, you would think I had learned a lesson. But when I saw a "short" trail that wound its way up Springer mountain and to the top of Amicalola Falls, I was off with dogs in tow. I did think to ask friends if they thought we could [...]
The falls at Warwoman Dell lies at the end of a short loop trail in a small gorge. The dell (or valley) is beautiful and has a lot to offer. The forest is fairly dense and the hardwoods tower overhead. The waterfalls, which is located on a major geological fault that runs through northeast Georgia, [...]
Hey, the rhododendron is blooming in northeast Georgia. The mountains are gorgeous and the evenings just right for being outside with friends and the dogs, of course. The Hemlock Falls trail was covered with rhododendron. We basked in the beauty of our surroundings.
This past weekend I finally found the Hemlock Falls trail near Moccasin Creek State Park. I had been on the hunt for it for months and even though it was "right there," I kept missing it. Without a doubt it is one of the most beautiful trails in the state. Cocoa and Chip give it [...]
I finally found the small falls at Black Mountain State Park. They are located near the entrance to the camping area and at the end of a short (.25) trail. But the pathway is very steep and involves some narrow steps. It was worth the walk but when the brochure and map say, "steep," they [...]
I'm still trying to decide if I like this photo or not. But my goal is to post every day. So, I may not fully "love" everything that I put on this site. A student worker with me thinks it is fun, and that is really all that counts at this point. What is life [...]
I hate losing things just as badly as I hate leaving things behind and having to move on without them. Once I was with a friend, who lost an SD card for her camera. Because we had to drive back to Atlanta, she had to move on without it. That had to be really hard. [...]