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Summer Flowers

I thought that I had posted these. Maybe I did on Facebook. These were taken during the "golden hour" near what was once known as Lake Louise. The property is no longer owned by Georgia Baptist and many of the iconic buildings are being removed. But along the lake's shoreline, the wildflowers still grow! Dancing [...]

Wessy’s First Time on the AT

What a beautiful spring day! I loved this hike and will go back in the next couple of weeks. The Appalachian Trail is waking up and looking so good. The hike up to Wildcat Mountain was super easy—just right for Wessy's intoduction to the AT. Along the way, she met several hikers heading north with [...]

Little Wessy and a visit to Victoria Bryant State Park

What a sunny day and a great time at Victoria Bryant State Park with Wessy. She's growing up fast and she loves to give kisses. She doesn't really care where she is when a "kiss attack" happens. Here I am (finally) outside in the sun with Chip and Wessy. They are doing so well together [...]

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Warwoman Dell to Martin Creek Falls!

Rumor has it that North Carolina is open! But I am so glad that I have had this time to hike some pretty amazing trails right here in northeast Georgia! The trail to Martin Creek Falls is one of then. It begins at Warwoman Dell just off of Warwoman Road in nearby Rabun County. It's [...]

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 [...]

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