Monday, May 5, 2014


It’s been a while since I have blogged, but mainly because I didn’t do many new things!  After leaving Crooked River State Park, I headed to Fort Yargo State Park, then River Vista Park in Dillard, then Watson Mill Bridge State Park.  As many of you know these are the parks that I usually stay at when I go back to Georgia.

While there I visited friends, family and the eye doctor.  Luckily I came back to Georgia because my contact prescription was out of date and I was running low on contacts! 

In both state parks, I hiked and walked.  Below is a picture similar to one I posted a few years ago of the covered bridge at Watson Mill Bridge State Park.

The picture below was taken during one of my morning walks from inside the bridge.

While in Dillard, I visited some areas that I used to go visit quite often.  I headed up to Highlands, NC,  not to visit the town like some people like to do, but to see a few waterfalls.

We had a good bit of rain a couple of days before I went  “waterfalling”, so there was a good bit of water falling!  One of the first ones I stopped at was a waterfall that you can drive under!  I have been here in the past when there was no water falling.

Then I headed to another waterfall that you go under, but you walk the trail to go under this one.

Below is a picture of a couple of people about to go under the falls.

They made it to the other side!

Looking out from the edge of the water fall to the river--


The above was taken from the other side after I made it out without getting too wet!!

The last waterfall of the day is one that is on the side of the road.  It has always amazed me that this waterfall has no parking lot like the others and no trails around it.    Just a few places to pull over.

Cullasaja River Falls --


After leaving Georgia, I am slowly making my way to Michigan.  On the way, I made a quick stop in Virginia and will stop for a few weeks in Ohio.  I am currently in Hocking Hills State Park in Ohio where I have no internet connection.  As soon as I make it into town, I’ll go to the library and post this blog!


  1. The waterfalls look like great fun....Hope you didn't get too wet on your adventures!!

  2. Isn't the one over the road Bridal Veil Falls? We've been there quite a few times but never when there was that much water!

  3. I just love waterfalls. Glad to learn there are so many in that area.