Providential Sky

Welcome to June everyone! We made it…. to the hot months. I don’t know about you, but it seems like it should still be January. I’m not sure where the heck the last few months have gone. I’m fairly certain I wasn’t abducted by aliens and then returned just now, but I can’t be for…

Georgia Erosion

Providence Canyon, sometimes referred to as Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon,” wasn’t formed by millions of years of slow erosion like the Grand Canyon, but rather by poor farming practices. The trees were originally cleared for farming in the early 1800s and by the mid 1800s ditches had started to form. Today, the canyon is over…

Providence Canyon

This is taken from the bottom of one of the water runoff areas in Georgia’s Providence Canyon State Park. The park makes for a great day hike or even an overnight backpacking trip.

Providence Tree

Georgia’s Providence Canyon State Park, also known locally as the Little Grand Canyon, is a landscape that seems to have been transplanted from one of the U.S.’s southwestern states. The Canyon was created by the forces of nature, but only after nature was given a foothold by bad farming practices in the early 1800’s. The top soil…