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Short getaways: Chasing waterfalls



SAUTEE-NACOOCHEE, Ga. — Bret and I have taken a lot of structured vacations in our lives. On those types of getaways, we have the itinerary lined up months in advance. We know where we’ll be on a given date, at a given time. Meals and activities on strictly on schedule.

This, however, was not on...

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    ANOTHER GREAT PIECE! “It was a cool 68 degrees when we headed into the forest – the sounds of cicadas reminding us that it was indeed still summer. The thick towering trees blotted out the sun during parts of the walk, and the constant sound of rushing waters providing nature’s soundtrack.”

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