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Through Georgia

01/06/2013
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On my way to Key West, I visited two Georgia State Parks today. High Falls State Park and Reed Bingham State Park . High Falls is in central Georgia about an hour south of Atlanta. It is the more scenic of the two parks with a few sets of great waterfalls as seen here:

 

High Falls

The scene on the other side is more breathe-taking in my opinion but this part is the main falls. I did have a picture of their mini-golf course too but because of a sunspot right in the middle of that image, I couldn't post it. The lake at this park was pretty good for pictures too, got several of the lake and its shore and also of the river on the other side of the park.

 

Reed-Bingham is about two hours south of High Falls. Its not as scenic but has more hiking trails and a main lake that has gators in it. Didn't see any gators myself but got a great shot of the lake.

 

Main lake at Reed-Bingham

 

There were several people in motorboats fishing on it. I talked to an old man about 65 years old and asked him if he's seen any gators today and he said he saw a couple with the largest being 9ft long or so. He also told me that 12ft gators weren't uncommon in this lake. the biggest fish outside the gars in this lake were probably bass. I'll have to come back and fish it some time.