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- Pets allowed
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... Shores and play pickleball.
Suzanne and I have been relaxing a lot and just enjoying the scenery from our campsite. The campground is really nice and has lots of places to walk. Our camp spot is right on the lake and if the chocks slip we would roll into the lake:))
Today we went to eat at a BBQ place that is noted as the 6th best place to eat bar-b-que ...
... off .....first to Hickory Flats Pottery.. A very nice studio where the potter showed us the kilns and explained the glazes and firing process. Would have loved to buy some of the platters but the trip home might be difficult.. Then we checked out an old grist mill on a pretty little River and tried to find a coffee place for a Lattee finally found Java Joes in Clarksville. Then off to Mt ...
... to find Anna Ruby Falls but drove right past and ended up north along Rte 356. So we had to swing around through Lake Burton ...a very pretty long lake with many fingers of land so lots of coves.. Would be great for a kayak or canoe. We then drove alone the arussell-Brasstown Scenic Byway to Brasstown Bald...the top of the highest mountain in Georgia at 4700 ft. We took a shuttle to the top and checked out the vistas. You can see 4 states...Georgia, Tennessee, North ...
... to the Tallulah Falls Park and walked down to the gorge.....500 or so steps!! The view was wonderful....several waterfalls.... Outlook 2-L'Eau d'Or Falls, top of Tempest Falls and Hawthorne Cascade. then Overlook 3-L'Eau d'Or Falls, Hawthorne Pool. Hurricane Falls were down 310 steps and then across a suspension Bridge and down another 221 steps for the bottom view of Hurricane Falls. There was a lovely pool at the bottom and some of the hikers who were going ...
... flow so nicely through the river. There were many small cascades and a
lot of healthy moss along the way. After a mile we reached the falls. Amicalola
was over 700 feet tall and very impressive to see. The falls did not crash
straight down 700 feet, they stretched through sections of rock, splashing and
pouring down as multiple cascades. Now
the fun part: 600 steps to the top! After a quick debate, we were all in. A few
breaks to catch our breath, we made it to the ...