After a few days of recuperation from the crawfish festival and the fishing trip, we are once again on the road. Destination was to be the Northern Georgia mountains, as well as some of North Carolina. Our fist stop of the trip was an overnight at Deer Lick campground near Tuscaloosa, AL. We snagged a wonderful site with a deck overlooking the Black Warrior River.
The next day we meandered along the backroads of Northern Georgia, avoiding as many large towns and cities as possible. Even wandered upon what appeared to be an original “See Rock City” barn.
Our destination was Hiawassee, Georgia; and an egg rally.
Lots of eggs, including Casitas, Scamps, Bolers, Uhauls, Olivers, Parkliners, and probably a couple other brands I didn’t see.
We did a little touring of the area which included a couple of waterfalls, a mountain top view, and Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia.
The mountain rhododendron was blooming everywhere.
The rally ended yesterday and we made our way over and around the mountains to near Brevard, North Carolina. Lots of rain all day. We were able to get a FCFS site in a NFS campground just a couple of miles from town.
The river near our campsite.
Going to spend a few days here, depending on the weather….jc