There are a lot of things in life that are just plain fun. Last Friday we had the opportunity to dig out a natural spring that has been buried for nearly fifty years, if not longer. One of the archivist at Toccoa Falls College pointed out the location to me and Kelly (who is registrar at the college). Indian Springs was a place where Cherokee Indians once filled their water jugs. Later, it became a place where locals from Toccoa would stop and get a cup of naturally, cooled spring water. When we have the rest of the photos posted on tfchistory.com, I’ll update this post.


Less than three feet down, we hit water and the more we dug, the more the water flowed.