For this blog category, “Countdown to Christmas: Our Travel Tree & Georgia State Parks,” each day between December 1 and 25, I take a pic of a state park ornament on our Travel Tree and briefly highlight that park.
High Falls State Park is a naturally beautiful oasis along the Towaliga River just off I-75 between Macon and Atlanta, near Jackson, Georgia.
The water was a bit muddy the day we visited. (But then again, I’m a bit muddy some days as well.)
Here’s a one-minute “meditation” (we’ll call it). Close your eyes and listen to the cleansing sounds of nature …
At one point I paused by the water and chatted with … an animal. It looked like a camel. I think it was a camel.
See? Don’t you agree?
It never answered back. And Robert would have no part of it.
High Falls was just a short stopover on our way home from Atlanta, so we want to go back for a longer trek one of these days.
(I hope the camel will still be there. Robert assured me, with a bit of an attitude, that it “wood” still be there.)