S: Seven wonders of Georgia
BC: The Seven Wonders of Georgia by Morgan Hester
FC: 1 | The T | The seven wonders of Georgia | By:Morgan Hester
1: From left to right: Here the author is pictured feeling the warm water at Warm Springs, And in front of FDR's little white house.
2: Warm springs | Hello kiddios our first stop today is Warm Springs. Warm Springs is located in Meriwether County The Warm Springs waters stay around 88 dgrees all year. Indians used to think the waters had healing powerss. Our president Franklin Rosevelt came here because he thought the waters would heal his polio. He bulit a house here called the little white house.
3: THAT WAY | GO THIS WAY
4: Our next stop is Providence Canyon. Providence Canyon is located in Stewart County. It's know as the 'little Grand Canyon'. It startred as a five foot ditch and ended up as sixteen diffrent canyons. It is the result of land abuse by the settlers. Up to 150 ft in some places | Providence Canyon
7: Our next stop is Radium Springs. The Radium Springs is located in Lee County. The water stays 68 degrees year round. Most of the water is dried up now due to drought and alge. 'Blue holes and underground caves still exist under the city of Albany. A long time ago geologiest thought it was the egde of the Gluf of Mexico. | Radium Springs
8: Okefenokee Swamp | Alright kiddies lets make our way to the Okefenokee Swamp. The swamp is 681 square miles big. It is located south of Waycross. It is the largest swamp in North America it covers half a million acres of land and extends into Florida. Home to many endangered species
11: Stone Mountain | We have arived at Stone Mountain. It is a 300 million year old solid granite mountain. Half of Georgia and North Carolinua rest on its base. It covers over 25 square feet. The carving on the side of the soldiers is the largest raised carving in the world.
13: Amicalola Falls | Watch out! I don't want you to get soaked. We are at the Amicalola Falls. This is the largest falls east of the Mississippi river. It is a 729 foot waterfall. The name means 'tumbling waters'
14: Tallulah Gorge | Don't fall in!! Tallulah Gorge spans over the border between Habersham and Rabun Counties. It is three miles deep and 1200 feet long. It is the second to the Grand Cayon in depth. A river called Tallulah River once ran through the gorge is dammed today to provide hydroelectric power
16: Hope you enjoyed our trip :D
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