There’s a place on Lake Hartwell called Broken Bridges. It is a place where an old iron truss bridge once spanned the lake helping to mark the boundary between South Carolina and Georgia. Today, the bridge has been “broken” or really the center section removed so no one will attempt to drive across it.
After taking this photo, I asked a fisherman, who was casting and recasting his lines off a bridge on Lake Harwell, “What are you fishing for?” “Bass,” he replied. “Two years ago that is all I caught here. Lately, I’m afraid my wife wonders if I even go fishing because I haven’t caught anything in [...]
This is a familiar site to everyone living in Stephens County. It is Lake Hartwell at sunset. South Carolina is yards away and that's all! The north Georgia mountains are barely visible in this photo as is the old railroad bridge that is still in use.
I have to investigate to find out what is planted in this field. All I know is that I hunted and hunted throughout Stephens County until I discovered this wonderful field that had been neatly planted. I just don't know what the plant is. (smile)
Early morning at Toccoa Falls is always an awesome sight. It's 186 feet tall (a couple of feet higher than Niagara Falls) and it is one of the most visited spots in Stephens County. A short walk up a broad smooth path leads to the base of the falls and to a breath-taking view of [...]