Georgia summers are . . . Well . . . Georgia summers: hot as Hell, unpredictable rainfalls, and we're constantly swimming in humidity.
The cool thing about Georgia is the terrain that it has. You can go from beaches to mountains within a few hours. This week, we went to Providence Canyon, a sandy pine tree area that is a result of poor agriculture. It was 97 degrees and it stormed on us during a time that our weather app said "0% chance of precipitation." As humid and gross that the weather was that day, it was still a beautiful experience.
We went to the first four (out of five) canyons at Providence Canyon. I don't think it was a very good idea to bring the dogs . . . They probably would've had a better time in the AC at home. Lesson learned, though.