Toccoa Valley Campground
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... like when you want a butterfly or ladybug to land on you. It doesn’t usually do that when you want it to; apparently, it happens when you’re not expecting it. I’ve heard it’s supposed to bring good luck.
Anyway, at the end of this movie, Frances discovers that a ladybug has landed on her when she least expects it, and at this point in the movie, she has finally been blessed ...
... starting point, then turn around and walk back down. Day one wasn't bad. I made it to the shelter about 8 miles down the trail, but there was still so much daylight left I decided to go a couple more miles before setting up camp. Shortly after hiking more, I half regretted it, just because I was tired and going uphill and it would have been nice hanging out with the other hikers, but in the end I was fine with my decision. I didn't make it the couple of miles I had planned ...
Heading from Dahlonega to Blue Ridge takes you through national forests and beautiful country side. Every now and then a surprise 'small town' beckons with antique an store or outdoor market.
Who knew that the Amicalola Falls is the second highest in the USA (after Niagra). It is a must to stop at the Amicalola Falls State park for a number of reasons:
1) The water fall
2) The hiking trails
3) This is the start (or end) of the ...
... a German-themed town. Too touristy for us but Betty's General Store is a must. Walk to the back for fresh soup and sandwiches.
Two active gold mines are situated in Dahlonega and a tour is a must. Learn to pan and make some of the entrance fee back in real gold. I even bought a gold pan - just in case the opportunity arises again. One never knows...
After 4 days we headed to the town of Blue Ridge but stopped ...
... to 300 acres, 200 of which is reserved for planting, but it is still a family owned business, four generations strong, and one of the three largest employers in the area. David said that the family still lives on the farm, but some of the land is leased to local farmers who sell their produce to Mercier Orchards. However, the farm does have something in the ground 12 months out of the year now, and so this is a year round working farm. ...