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Deborah McGlawn commented 2019-03-24 06:49:12 -0700Ladies, I look forward to the adventures that will unfold as we write the narrative for chapter 20 of ch8sing waterfalls.
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Deborah McGlawn commented 2019-03-24 06:45:03 -0700Directions. You will want to save this in your phone, in case you loose signal. I did. My signal was sketchy, and I’m directionally challenged, so here is our destination:
Most of us will leave from Publix on Pleasant Hill, DeSoto Falls is our first stop, then we will go to Dicks Creek Falls, then to the Mountain Crossing store, for our patches, pins and stuff.
From there we will conclude at some place for lunch.
The address to DeSoto Falls is: Desoto Falls
Highway 19, Blairsville, GA
The address to the Mountain Crossing at Neal Gap is: 2700 Braselton Hwy, Dacula, GA 30019
Deborah McGlawn commented 2019-03-24 06:44:32 -0700YES, the ch8se will go on as scheduled. I hope you’re not afraid of the “possibility” of a little liquid sunshine, as our Sista Ay Jay calls the rain. Pack your rain gear and your refreshing flexibility.
90% of the time, when there is rain, or prediction of rain, the universe blesses us and holds it until after our ch8ses, or it ends before we get to the ch8se. So don’t let a little liquid sunshine stop you from being great, and enjoying the sista’hood.
It will be fun.
I recommend you bring plastic bags to cover your muddy boots/shoes, to protect your car floors afterwards, or bring a change of shoes, and a plastic bag to throw your muddy shoes into the trunk.
The trail is short, and is mild to moderate. There is a hill, with stairs to climb in the beginning, and a slight incline during the middle. No worries, though, we start together, we finish together. No ch8ser is ever left behind.
Hiking poles or walking sticks are suggested; if you feel you need assistance with the incline or the stairs. The path is nice and clear of roots. This is a tennis shoes trail; however, keep in mind it will be muddy, so don’t wear your good shoes.