Saturday evening after the UGA game we drove up to my Mama's house to spend the night.
On Sunday we got up and ready and met my sister, then drove up to Clayton and Dillard.
My Mama's house is near the Tugaloo River Dam, which feeds into Lake Hartwell, then into the Savannah River.
The dam is really fascinating to see.
Tallulah Point/Tallulah Gorge is about 20 minutes from my Mama's house.
Brandon has been craving boiled peanuts, so he bought a couple bags from this man.
Then he proceeded to stand there and eat them and chat with this guy for another 20 minutes or so.
I thought we'd have to drag him out of there.
Tiffany called Saturday night and said there was just no way they could make it to meet up with us on Sunday because Brad had to work on his truck.
But, we got a surprise phone call Sunday morning saying that while Brad couldn't make it, she was going to come anyway.
I was SO happy God worked it out that we could see each other for a little while.
Mama as the Great Wallenda who walked across the gorge on a tightrope.
Inside the gift shop are some really neat things.
It was set up sort of like an old general store meets a tourist shop.
Tallulah Gorge was just beautiful as the colors were starting to change with the cool nights they've had over the past week.
Well, it's really more like a farmer's market.
They also have pumpkins for the fall.
One thing North GA has on South GA is the quality of vegetables.
North GA vegetables have so much more flavor and substance.
I'm sure it's the soil.
One thing we miss about home is having a garden that actually grows and tastes good.
I know there were a ton of pictures in this post, but there were just so many to share!
I can't believe it's already October. I seriously have no idea where this year has gone.
Am I the only one who feels this way?