Sometimes, I believe most anything Kelly Vickers tells me. He has studied the history of this area for such a long time that I have gotten to a point where I have accepted the fact that he knows what he is talking about. (He would smile at these words.) Naturally when he told me that this rock formation was a part of a fault line running from northeast Georgia to South Carolina, I believed it as fact and it probably is!
Here is the photo that I took of the fault line and . . .
here is the one Kelly took of me taking that picture. In his photograph, you get a perspective of the power of this rocky landscape. One of the things I like about living in northeast Georgia is the diversity of the land. One moment you can be walking along fields of freshly planted wheat, or beside a swift moving stream, and a few minutes later you can be in the middle of hiking a portion of the Appalachian Trail. Many of the good things in life begin with outdoor living!