Riverwalk is a park that runs along the Savannah River in Augusta GA. It’s a nice place to take a walk, see some birdies and critters, and have a picnic lunch. Some photos from an afternoon in the park. ​Riverwalk ​Railroad bridge over the Savannah River ​Paddling on the river ​Arrowhead plants ​Looking upriver ​Painted … More Riverwalk

Happy Spring !!!!!!

To everyone everywhere–Happy Easter, Passover, Ramadan, Beltane, Vernal Equinox, or whatever else it is you choose to celebrate in Spring. I’m just gonna dance naked in the flowers. It’s in the 80s here this week. This winter was brutal, and I thought it would neverrrrrr end. 🙂

Some Georgia Critters

Some birdies, turtles, gators, snakies and other critters encountered in Augusta GA over the past few days. A Flycatcher or Swift of some sort or another? Alligator suns himself Cottonmouth, aka Water Moccasin Green Anole dewlapping at me A lovely Damselfly This Grebe is lunching on Crayfish. It was still wiggling when it went down. … More Some Georgia Critters

Augusta Canal National Heritage Area

Constructed in 1845 near the Savannah River, the Augusta Canal turned the sleepy little village of Augusta into an economic and industrial powerhouse. Providing both efficient transportation and cheap hydro power, the Canal quickly attracted a series of mills and factories along its banks. During the Civil War, the Confederacy operated a huge explosives mill … More Augusta Canal National Heritage Area