The Voltage Gate

I Want to Go Here

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This is a beautiful snapshot of Providence Canyon, right here in Georgia, believe it or not. The state parks down here seem to be a bit different from the fare up north. Can’t wait to poke around a bit.

Here’s another interesting park I found, Panola Mountain, which contains a 100-acre granite monadnock.

Photo by airnos.

Comments

  1. #1 TE
    April 8, 2008

    I was at Providence Canyon in June 2004. It’s a beautiful and fascinating place. The canyon started forming only about 130 years ago, caused by rapid erosion after the land was cleared for farming. Creationists predictably claim that this means the Grand Canyon is very young, too. But I was glad to see that apparently none of the exhibits or materials in the visitor’s center try to suggest anything of the sort.

  2. #2 Jennifer
    April 8, 2008

    The southeast is beautiful! You also need to check out the Cohutta Wilderness in north Georgia.

  3. #3 getnutri
    April 12, 2008

    Beautiful place