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Travel Blogs from Blairsville
morning, we had one last breakfast at Hofer’s and then finished packing
our stuff up. After checking out of the hotel, we started making our
way home, but not before stopping for one more waterfall hike. Near
Clarkesville, we stopped at the Panther Creek Recreation Area of
Chattahoochee National Forest. Although the sky was cloudy, there was
little rain. From the parking area, we crossed the street and then ...
... earlier than most nights. We
walked around town a bit, hoping to do a bit of shopping.
Unfortunately, many stores were closed or had limited hours during the
off-season, but we did pick up some goodies from Hansel & Gretel
Candy Shop. For our last dinner, we ate at Cowboys & Angels again,
having the very tasty Avocado Burger. After dinner, we headed back to
the hotel and started getting our stuff packed ...
... to Tallulah Gorge State Park.
It was the last nice weather day of our trip and I was hoping we could
hike in the gorge. Unfortunately, the gorge floor was closed due to
“weather”. Since there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, low winds, and it
hadn’t rained in at least a couple of days, I suspect they just didn’t
want to open it during a weekday in the off-season. I checked with one
we were planning to hit some waterfalls closer to Helen, so not as much
driving. Our first stop was Raven Cliff Falls in the Raven Cliffs
Wilderness of Chattahoochee National Forest. We headed northwest from
town on GA-75 and GA-75A and then turned on GA-348 to the trailhead for
Raven Cliff Falls and began our hike. The Raven Cliff Falls trail runs
for about 3 miles to its namesake waterfall along Dodd Creek, with ...
... left foot is infected, while taking off my socks. I had a cut on the bottom of my foot, guessing with all the rain and being stuck in dirt that whole time - that is why it is infected. It did feel swelled all day today, but nothing that can't be walked off. Well, been listening to the owls screech/hoot at each other......sounds like the start to another horrible rap song..lmbo! Time to crash ...