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Perfect for a Sunday Afternoon!

Here's a perfect Sunday afternoon walk—not a hike—but a visit to the Chenocetah lookout tower. This evening the sunlight (golden hour) was perfect for my little Sony A6000 camera. Lake Russell is seen in the distance of this photo. This is an easy Google to get the directions. Hint: The tower is located on Chenocetah [...]

In a Ditch?

Recently, the governor of Georgia said that our State would begin to open back up after being in lock down for three to four weeks. I’ve lost count of the actual days and weeks because there are so many layers of this “stay at home” thing. There’s the national layer and the state layer and [...]

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Staying in Place along the Tugaloo River

Spring greens were everywhere a couple of weeks ago along the Tugaloo River. In our attempt to get outside but also social distance, we stayed close to home. This is a little hidden hike of about three miles round trip. We made it longer by crossing a river and then walking out through a wetland [...]

There’s a way to get out for a Short Hike!

We started our hike to Panther Falls and Angel Falls in a little bit of a fern glade. This is a two-mile trail that's really a nice short hike with a few ups but mostly one that is full of really beautiful views. The trail begins near historic Lakemont and nearby Lake Rabun Beach Campground [...]

Hiking Works along South Carolina Trails

  So this was my first Covid-19 hike. We hiked to the top of a fire tower and then headed on down the road to Licklog Falls. We had no idea at the time that it would be just the first Friday in a two month event. South Carolina has some beautiful hiking trails that [...]

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