Diane Segert
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Crooked River State Park in St. Marys, Georgia is a nice place to spend the day or the week if you want a quiet and relaxing atmosphere close to the river.

"Set your own pace with the rise and the fall of tides shaping Crooked River State Park, connecting generations with forests, scenic marsh views and abundant coastal wildlife.

It's fall. We're all ready for cooler weather, and we are anxiously awaiting the changing colors of the leaves.  The thing is, peak color in Georgia is usually the end of October/first of November.  Even still, we saw hints of fall in the mountains just last weekend. Georgia State Parks has a website program, Leaf Watch, that will be tracking the leaf color this month. Bookmark it!

It's fall. We're all ready for cooler weather, and we are anxiously awaiting the changing colors of the leaves. The thing is, peak color in Georgia is usually the end of October/first of November. Even still, we saw hints of fall in the mountains just l

Discover one of Athens, Georgia's best kept secrets on the Explore Georgia blog! Click this pin to find out more.

Tucked away on the outskirts of Athens, Georgia lies The Hill, an orphanage for antebellum and early twentieth century homes. A private residence owned by Lee Epting of Epting Event

A red dirt road somewhere in GA..plenty to get lost on

good ole red dirt road, and this is no joke. When we first moved here I couldn't believe it. You should have seen the boys white socks turn to a lovely rust color (even with plenty of bleach) ".in those Oklahoma hills where I was born.

Native American Trail Marker Tree, Georgia

Native American Trail Marker Tree, Georgia