Linda and I finally got away for a few days last week. We went down to High Falls state park, just above Macon. Not far away, but far enough. We arrived Wednesday to a high of about 50 degrees and 25 to 30 mile an hour winds. Thursday was worse. The electric heater in the RV never turned off. We decided to leave Friday morning but checked the weather and it was supposed to get up to 70 so we decided to stay. I'm glad we did because Friday was beautiful. We fixed a big breakfast and while Linda went to take a shower I got my fishing rod and headed to the river which was right behind our campsite. Half a dozen casts later I had caught a nice 2 - 2 1/2 pound bass. I don't know exactly what it weighted but it was just over 20 inches long. No, I didn't get any photos, it was one of those 'doh' moments, but I do have witnesses. We had it for dinner Saturday, yum. There were even a few bites left for the cats. We spent the rest of Friday hiking the trails around the falls and taking photos. Many of which you'll see in the coming 'critters'.
I have two photos for you today, both taken at the park. The first is a shot of the crescent moon that I really like. I think the moon glow is beautiful. The second photo is a small part of the main falls that I also liked.