Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday

It is Outdoor Wednesday time! Thanks to Susan over at www.asoutherndaydreamer for hosting this weekly event.
This is at Red Top Mountain near Atlanta, Georgia. Notice the tree in the lake. We really enjoy this Georgia State Park for its beautiful scenery, hiking trails, and picnic areas. They also have a lodge with a nice restaurant. This park suffered some flooding a little while back when the Atlanta area had all that massive rain in a short time period. Some of the picnic tables were under water for some time.

I just love this old bridge. This is at the Chattanooga and Chickamauga National Battlefield Park in Chickamauga, Georgia.


Another view of the bridge. When you look at it, I think you can't help but think back to the Civil War. This park now gets quite a bit of use from joggers, walkers, cyclist, and families enjoying a day out. It is a beautiful park with loads of history.
I hope you enjoyed my Outdoor Wednesday. Have a super Wednesday!
Kim




9 comments:

Gwendolyn said...

I like the story that goes with your pictures. I too like to think of the history of the past that occurred at that exact spot. I enjoyed your pictures. Thanks for sharing.

storyteller said...

Beautiful old stone bridge. I'm glad it survived the floods. I'm celebrating my 1st Blogoversary at Happily Retired Gal and sharing photos of Molly at Dog Beach at Small Reflections. Happy Thanksgiving ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

shopannies said...

you wrote a wonderful post here with pictures and story to boot

Light and Voices said...

Happy Thanksgiving from our house to yours.
Joyce M

Carolyn Ford said...

Beautiful old stone bridge with such curious history surrounding that area. Beautiful captures.

mbkatc230 said...

These are lovely pictures of a beautiful area. The bridges are so pretty, and the history of the area is fascinating. Happy Thanksgiving! Kathy

Jeanne Selep said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

kayellen said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!
Fun outside photos!!!

Smiles,
KayEllen

eileeninmd said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Wonderful photos of the park.