3/6/09 - Today we hiked a 3-mile (each way) part of Section 2 that went from GA 60 to the 270-foot-long suspension bridge that crosses the Taccoa River.
3/6/09 - Moss covered trees
3/6/09 - Just starting our hike
3/6/09 - Mike along the trail
3/6/09 - It sure looks different in the winter with all the leaves gone
3/6/09 - We can see the distant mountains now that there are no leaves on the trees
3/6/09 - Interesting log
3/6/09 - Growth on tree
3/6/09 - Mike and Susan taking a rest. A pretty warm day for March as we are only in t-shirts.
3/6/09 - Fungus on tree
3/6/09 - Mike along trail
3/6/09 - Mike trying out the stone bench
3/6/09 - Distant mountains
3/6/09 - Log with green fungus
3/6/09 - Log with white fungus
3/6/09 - Close-up of white fungus
3/6/09 - Fallen log that has been hollowed out
3/6/09 - Mike on trail
3/6/09 - Interesting fungus
3/6/09 - The 270 foot suspension bridge that crosses the Toccoa River
3/6/09 - The Taccoa River as seen from the bridge.
3/6/09 - The Taccoa River and the suspension bridge.
3/6/09 - Tributary into the Taccoa River
3/6/09 - Campground along the Taccoa River
3/6/09 - Mike and Susan at Taccoa River with the suspension bridge in the background.
3/6/09 - Interesting roots
3/6/09 - Mike crossing the 270foot suspension bridge that crosses the Toccoa River
3/6/09 - The Taccoa River from the bridge.
3/6/09 - Seed Pod
3/6/09 - Many seed pods
3/6/09 - Rock along the trail
3/6/09 - The trail
3/6/09 - Knot in tree
3/6/09 - Look at all the woodpecker holes
3/6/09 - Some of the trees don't drop their leaves until spring when the new leaves come out
3/6/09 - These trails are well maintained. You can see where a fallen log has been cut.
3/6/09 - Holly bush