“Black and white photography erases time from the equation.” – Jason Peterson
At the start of 2021, my school district had all students in remote learning. For most of the learning day, students were expected to learn over Zoom and complete online assignments. Teaching over Zoom was just as exhausting. We live in a smaller house. So in order for me to have a space to teach at, I set up our family’s travel trailer as my remote classroom. If you asked me when I bought my trailer did I think I would use it as a classroom, I would have told you that you are crazy. At the start of the pandemic I had it set up. I used it sporadically as a remote classroom until the spring of 2021. One of the best things about 2021 was being able to use my travel trailer for what I bought it for in the first place, traveling. We took a short trip to the lake in June. Then in August after I finished teaching summer school we camped out near Helen, GA.
Anna Ruby Falls is just one of the many sites we checked out while in Northeast Georgia. The falls are located close by to Helen. It is a beautiful set of falls. The walk up to the falls is paved and easy to get to. Being easy to get to can be a great find in itself when waterfall watching. You do have to pay a small fee to get into the park, but it is totally worth it. Every step of the walk up there is a photo worthy moment. In fact, my family got a little annoyed with me at one point because I was taking pictures every 10 or 15 steps it seemed like. The end of the trail is an amazing sight. There are two falls that come cascading down at one place. It is difficult to capture both sets in one frame. This is by far one of the best waterfalls I have ever visited. If you are in Northeast Georgia, you have to take a moment and visit Anna Ruby Falls. When you finish, don’t forget to stop by Fred’s Peanuts for some of the best boiled peanuts in the entire state.
Here are my previous posts about this wonder place.