Photo Journal

July 2016: Providence Canyon, GA.

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.

So thirsty. The streams helped out Kodiak during the extreme heat.

So thirsty. The streams helped out Kodiak during the extreme heat.

Walkin' through dinosaur land (with our baby dinosaurs).

Walkin' through dinosaur land (with our baby dinosaurs).

This was the best view within the canyon. 

This was the best view within the canyon. 

The Sand Queen was laughing at me.

The Sand Queen was laughing at me.

Little alien in her alien hole inside of a cliff.

Little alien in her alien hole inside of a cliff.

Ready to go home!

Ready to go home!

The overlook beside the park was the best view outside of the canyons.

The overlook beside the park was the best view outside of the canyons.

Tuckered out. Air conditioned truck is all they truly wanted.

Tuckered out. Air conditioned truck is all they truly wanted.