Watery Wednesday #120: Stonewall Falls

Stonewall Falls, Tiger, Georgia. December 19, 2010.

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If  you know anything at all about Betsy and me, you know that if it is at all possible we will work at least one waterfall into any trip that we take.  When we went to the beach last week we stopped off at Tiger, Georgia, to visit Stonewall Falls.

Stonewall Falls has been on our ‘to visit’ list for a couple of years, but for various reasons we never made it.  But last week Mrs. P, our faithful Prius, took us along a Forest Service road in the Chattahoochee National Forest.  We then hiked the remaining distance to this pretty waterfall.

We both thought this was a perfect way to break up a long drive.

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17 Responses to “Watery Wednesday #120: Stonewall Falls”

  1. Mildred Says:

    What a lovely waterfall. Many years ago, Tiger was home to Green Shutters Inn, a lovely old homeplace that was a restaurant that served homestyle meats & vegetables cooked on a wood stove. Thank you for sharing this scenic spot with us.

  2. Darla Says:

    Nice one, looks as if the water is walking down stairs.

  3. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    I would say this one was worth the effort.Thanks for yet another beautiful waterfall.
    Blessings,Ruth

  4. Linda G. Says:

    This is a pretty waterfall, with several drops.

  5. Judy Says:

    George that is a lovely waterfall! I enlarged the photo, to better enjoy it! Happy New Year!

  6. sandra Says:

    magnificent as always and a marvelous way to break up a trip

  7. Kathy Says:

    I love that you’ve named your Prius!

    And this is a perfect way to break up a long drive. BEAUTIFUL!!

  8. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    What a gorgeous place and definitely the perfect way to break up the drive! I love waterfalls!! Hope your week is going well, George! And hope you’re getting ready to welcome the new year!! Have a beautiful day1

    Sylvia

  9. Karin Says:

    Oooooooo, how lovely! No snow on this one! It was definitely worth taking a break from driving to visit this beauty! Have a Happy New Year you two!

  10. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    After clicking to get a better look, those steps look man-made!!

  11. Lesley Says:

    What a lovely reward for your hike

  12. Tricia Says:

    Very very beautiful, George! Where do you get the locations of all these waterfalls? Is there a Waterfall Central Map Center? heheheee! I sure wish I could see them all in person like you guys have =)

  13. Happyone Says:

    It was certainly worth a hike to see that. It’s beautiful!!

  14. MaryBeth Says:

    It is a very beautiful waterfall, George.
    I did get a book about all the waterfalls to view in Washington but most of them are so far up in the mountains (big mountains) and on sides of cliffs that I am afraid I will not get to see very many of them. but I keep trying. MB

  15. Tricia Says:

    Hi George, I just got your email! So that’s how you find them all! I had no idea that was even possible! How cool is that!!! You two are so cool!!! =)

  16. Neal Says:

    Another beautiful waterfall! As usual, you did a great job capturing it!

  17. Mary Says:

    That is a pretty one! Looks like you can stand in the prefect spot to see it, too. Really lovely.

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