Last week we took a trip to Cloudland Canyon, the centerpiece of the state park of the same name up in northwestern Georgia near the town of Rising Fawn.
…as in my fishing rod and my walking staff, although “staff” sounds very formal for what is basically just a stick with a handle on one end.
There seems to be no shortage of news concerning diseases these days. Now, the “disease” word has come to the world of trout fishing.
There you are, walking down a peaceful forest trail, when ZAP! You feel that unmistakable sensation which lets you know you’ve just wrecked some poor spider’s hard-won home.
The other day I was hiking in northwest Georgia on a great trail that I’ll tell you about one of these days. But one thing happened on my hike that made me a little nervous. That thing was an encounter with a family and their unleashed dog.
Space and technology, it seems, go together like – well, like space and technology. But come the second week in August, you won’t need technology beyond your very own eyes to experience some space-type excitement on your own.
The other day, I got the itch to hike somewhere new. Like a lot of folks, I’m often a creature of habit and stick to the trails I know. But sometimes I get the urge to broaden my horizons.