The Suspension Bridge is one of the most beloved features of Tallulah Gorge, hanging 90 feet over the rocks, allowing a breathtaking view of the river and waterfalls.
After a short visit at Laura S Walker, we set our navigation to Stephen C Foster State Park, nestled deep in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. It was late in the afternoon, but we had reservations at Suwanee River Eco-Lodge, … Continued
Winter is cruel, especially for Jeep-folk. The short, dark days coupled with the inability to get the top and doors off is enough to make you a little crazy. We’ve been having unseasonably warm temperatures here in Georgia, and even … Continued
Watson Mill Bridge is another of the State Parks that I have visited numerous times in my life without ever giving much thought to its significance. The Bridge is the longest covered bridge still in use in the State, and … Continued
One of my goals for Jeeptographer is to inspire people to find adventure in their own backyard. I think sometimes we think that ‘wonder’ is something that can only be achieved with fancy vacations and exotic definitions, and yes those … Continued
I first discovered the Iron Horse by chance, driving along Greensboro Highway on my way to a dentist appointment. There, surrounded by corn and crops, was a giant black iron statute of a horse, inexplicably standing in a field. As … Continued
Its cranking up to be the busiest time of year for family engagements, but the cool weather is starting to draw a close to our season of summer adventures. A few weeks back, Teri and I loaded up the Jeep … Continued