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Anna Ruby Falls, Helen, GA









Anna Ruby Falls, Helen, GA, 706-878-1448, located in Unicoi State Park, we were staying at the Riverbend campground, Hiawassee, GA and took this day trip to see several waterfalls. Such a fun day. I keep thinking as many time as I have spelled HIAWASSEE, I am going to remember how to spell that, boy is that a tough word to spell. Anna Ruby Falls, lies in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Every time we said Chattahoochee I always think of Alan Jackson's  country song ... makes me smile. There is a fee of $3.00 per person (ages 16 & up) to visit Anna Ruby Falls. Anna Ruby Falls is open daily (weather permitting) from 9AM - 6PM. Nobody admitted on the trail after 5PM.




Please enjoy this vlog from that day. So pretty. Lots of folks walking around. I meant to get a picture of this warning about "copperheads" ...they called them friendly, don't be afraid they did say ... if you leave them alone they will leave you alone? I about died ...YOU GOT TO BE KIDDING!! Do you honestly they BETH is that silly to even come close to getting near those silly critters ... I DON'T THINK SO!! so so silly!! Thank you for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Take care. Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ; 

Comments

Maggid said…
look at that terrific walkway/bridge . . . makin' sure everyone can enjoy . . . nice!
William Kendall said…
What a beautiful place!
Missy George said…
You know how I love pictures of waterfalls and creeks and streams. Nice post Beth. Pretty shots. Enjoy your week.
Ruth Hiebert said…
The falls is beautiful. Some of those words,I wouldn't even try to spell.
George said…
We've visited Anna Ruby Falls a couple of times and have enjoyed our visit each time. Thanks for the memories.
eileeninmd said…
Hello, The waterfalls are pretty. Looks like a great trip! I would not think the Copperheads are friendly. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
Ida said…
Such a charming waterfall. - I agree with you about the snakes.
Linda said…
Beautiful pictures! Don't let any friendly copperheads kiss you!
Mildred said…
Hi Beth, it's ME! You were close to us! In jr. college, a group of us hiked to Anna Ruby when the temps were about 8 degrees and the falls were frozen!

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