Cumberland Island, Georgia For a state with a population pushing 10 million Georgia has one the least developed coast lines in the country, which means it is a great place to take in the great outdoors. And upon this coast there is no better place to do that than Cumberland Island. Accessible only by boat, Read more about Best Places in the Southeast for Eco Tourism[…]
Lost in the West Georgia woods, at night.
Santee River Canoe Trail, South Carolina Not much development along this lazy low country South Carolina river which makes for great wildlife sightseeing that might include – herons, egrets or eagles. It has sand bars which one can stop at along the trip and have a bite to eat or primitive camp for the night Read more about Great Canoe/Kayak trails around The South[…]
Lower Chattooga River Canoe Trail After my father picked my comrade and I up at Lyerly-Dam road, and our gear was loaded in the back of his truck he took us to where my SUV was and where our wallets were as well. He dropped us off there and went to his house and my Read more about Lower Chattooga River Canoe Trail (Part 2)[…]
Lower Chattooga River Canoe Trail There are actually 2 Chattooga rivers in Georgia. The more famous one, of course, is the white water destination that tumbles and rumbles out of North Carolina and into Northeast Georgia that was the setting for the book and movie Deliverance that ends up at Lake Tugalo in Habersham and Read more about Lyerly, GA – Lower Chattooga River Canoe Trail (Part 1)[…]
I’d been meaning to experience Rome‘s picturesque bike trails for a few months and when a friend of mine had a wedding recently in Rome it was the perfect opportunity. After the wedding and the reception and getting back to my hotel room that Saturday night I was standing outside – not quite ready to Read more about Rome – Kingfisher Trail & Heritage Park Trail[…]
A little surprised to learn that Carrollton was constructing a bike path around the entire city, I had to grab my new Vilano fixie road bike and travel west from Atlanta to go check it out. I didn’t traverse the entire trail as it’s not all completed, but I did travel the roughly 4.7 miles Read more about Carrollton Greenbelt[…]