Monday, October 27, 2008

Mini-Vacation Update 2: Tallulah Gorge State Park

Saturday we went to Tallulah Gorge State Park in northeast Georgia. It has a really large ravine with a river running through it. We walked down 600 steps to the suspension bridge and then back up 600 steps. Will walked the whole way, but Ryan carried Kaity on his shoulders. It was only about an hour and a half from Ryan's house and definitely worth a trip back.

This is what we come North for - actual fall color. We hit it a little early, but it was beautiful.

Here I am with fall foliage. It was lovely.

Ryan, Kaity, and John on the suspension bridge.

The view from the suspension bridge. It was long ways down.

On the other side of the dam, the river is nice and calm. They have several scenic spots such as this one where you can sit and enjoy.

This is our great friend Ryan. He let the Eubanks (and all their stuff) stay for three days even though he's not used to kids. He's so nice.

They were great for most of the trip. Very little squabbling and not very whiny. It was a nice trip, but we're always glad to be home.

1 comment:

AlliJean said...

very pretty! Hopefully you can go North in a couple years to see snow and a sister of yours ;-)


Out on Wacahoota Road | Creative Commons Attribution- Noncommercial License | Dandy Dandilion Designed by Simply Fabulous Blogger Templates