Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Trip to Georgia

My sister-in-law and I went on a trip to GA for a bread making class. On the way down we drove by this darling store and had to turn around and check it out. Tons of great primitive items and a wonderful owner who was very nice to talk with.

We decided to stay at the Amicalola Falls State Park. We rented one of there cute cabins. It had everything, full kitchen, two bedrooms, this great fire ring with plenty of seating and all along this beautiful creek.

The class was great and we got all the tips we needed to make some wonderful bread. I will post some pictures when I get a chance to actually make some.

We had to check in at the lodge at the top of the falls, so we walked to the falls top lookout and took this shot, it's a beautiful place, the sound of rushing water is so soothing. It was kinda a chilly day on top of the falls, you could even feel the spray as the water rushed downward.

Here is a pic of the lodge from the bottom of the falls where our cabin was. we walked along this beautiful creek to get the the overlook at the bottom of the falls. We ran into a man on the trails and he told us there are five cars in the park from the moonshine days, here is one below the steps we had to climb.

Here's a picture from the bottom overlook up to the top of the falls, it really is about halfway up but is called the bottom overlook.

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