A trip through North Georgia this weekend took us through the town of Jasper, Georgia where they have a quaint old county jail built in 1906. It is no longer used but the building is very interesting for a jail. At some point I need to go back when they are open for public tours.
Another view of the Pickens County Jailhouse in Jasper, GA.
Next door to the jail sat this old log cabin that had been reconstructed at this site. It is fairly typical of the log houses constructed in the early to mid 1800s in this area.
From Jasper we drove over Burnt Mountain into Dawson County and then up to the top of Amacalola Falls. This is a view from the top of the Falls.
Gerri and a couple of friends.
Gerri on the Mountain
Top of the Falls
Gerri at the foot of the falls.
Pond at the foot of the trail leading to the falls.