Last week, my husband and I took some vacation time and spent several days in the mountains. We stayed in Dahlonega, Georgia, and took several side trips during the days.
Though I think we were past the peak of fall leaves--at least higher up in the mountains, we still saw some beautiful color. I thought I'd share some photos.
One of the days, we went to Amicolola Falls State Park. Here's the view from the middle.
And here is the view from the top. Amicolola was probably the prettiest scenic area we visited all that week.
Here is the quaint hotel where we first stayed, The Dahlonega Square Hotel. Then we moved to the Hall House Hotel during our trip because it's peak season, and I waited a little late to make reservations. So we had to juggle and go where there were openings. Oops!
Of course, since it's the Cafe, I had to share food. :) We had excellent pizza one night at Gustavo's on the square.
One of the days, we traveled to Helen, Georgia. Everything there is made to look like an Alpine Village. We ate on the river and shopped.
We also visited the beautiful Montaluce Winery and had lunch on the patio. The rain had just stopped when I made this photo of the vineyard.
So many fun photos. I wish I had time to share more. Maybe I'll share a video or two next week. I took one to use for relaxation. :)
Where do you go to see fall color?