I go to Tallulah Gorge two or three times a year but I pass by it probably every weekend on the way to Franklin or some other North Carolina town. I only walk to the bottom once a year or maybe once every two years. I have boundaries. (Laughing) The walk to the bottom always [...]
We were not the only visitors at Tallulah Gorge during the snow. Lots of people were there with cameras and there's a good reason. The snow actually stuck to the rock walls and the gorge was beautiful. After photographing Toccoa Falls for many years, you learn pretty fast that some snows just don't "stick." But [...]
It has rained and rained and rained some more. This was our second paddle of the spring season, and we left from the back half of Lake Yonah. I think we all were determined to paddle and be outside. And while I'm just doing short trips, they are helping me see if I'll be able [...]
One of my favorite places to visit is Tallulah Gorge. I always titled my posts of this area "Living above the Rim." But that was when I was living only twenty minutes away. This day, the winter shadows were long and the gorge was dark. It was an expected view though I always forget that [...]
We were hiking at Tallulah Gorge today and ran into some of our TFC students. Classes don't begin until Tuesday and offices are closed tomorrow, which meant we could just chill and enjoy being with Cocoa Joy and Chip a little longer.
The pathways and forest trails are littered right now with small roses, which is a good thing especially if you are hiking. The beautiful blooms make them easier to spot and that helps when it comes to avoiding thorns and being caught up in their long, woody shoots.
We were up in the gorge area again yesterday. Later, I'll post photos of the beautiful trail the dogs hiked. But for now, I thought I would simply post this shot. Normally, the water level of this little lake would be higher. It may have been a release weekend at the gorge (when they release [...]