This past weekend’s road trip included five stops, including Monticello and Barnesville, which I covered in the last post. However, there were three more stops in the middle.
Jackson Dam, which forms the headwaters of the Ocmulgee River — and which has a fishing area with this neat scene:
Jackson Lake, formed by the Yellow, Alcovy, and South Rivers:
And Jackson proper, which has a traditional (for Georgia, at least) town square with a courthouse:
Also, this — with perhaps too cute a title:
All of these have been added to a new gallery. Check it out.